"It was recently pointed out that most of the x86 architecture
patches had been merged into the mainline 2.6.25 kernel, except for
the kgdb patches. Linus Torvalds replied, 'I won't even consider
pulling it unless it's offered as a separate tree, not mixed up
with other things. At that point I can give a look.' He
"'That said, I explained to Ingo why I'm not particularly
interested in it. I don't think that 'developer-centric' debugging
is really even remotely our problem, and that I'm personally a lot
more interested in infrastructure that helps normal users give
better bug-reports. And kgdb isn't even _remotely_ it..."
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