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Re: /dev/random is hot garbage
> since netbsd won't stop using broken setups like xen (which don't
> provide randomness) to build packages, why don't we give up on
> /dev/random entirely?
As in, remove it from everyone's /dev and kernel, or stop using it for
package builds, or get rid of it from NetBSD/xen's /dev, or what?
I would argue against the first one: just because something is being
misused is not, in itself, a reason to get rid of it entirely, at least
not when it still has good extant uses.
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