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(In reply to Greg V from comment #3)

> I guess everything in base is still built to handle kernels without 
and there's not that much software out there leveraging it yet, but it's a
weird thing to disable. It's public API for programs, it really shouldn't even
be optional at this point, the cap_rights_limit(2) manpage doesn't even mention
ENOSYS like cap_enter(2) does.

I drop from kernel all things that not required to boot and that not
fundamental subsystems.

Probably better is handle ENOSYS and not require user to add CAPABILITIES into

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