Author doko
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Date 2011-08-19.21:28:36
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> The build time Linux kernel has no effect on Python's build procedure
> whatsoever. Python does not use the kernel at all for building; it
> only uses the C library headers, and the kernel headers that happen
> to be incorporated into the version of the C library installed. That
> affects what features get selected during build time.

would be very nice, but unfortunately this is not true; the multiprocessing behavior depends on configure checks testing the running kernel.
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