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    SubjectACK_FIRST macro on i386, kernel 2.0.2x(ish)+

    Ever since about kernel 2.0.21, I think, I've had a problem compiling the
    kernel. It seems that include/asm-i386/irq.h defines a macro ACK_FIRST
    with two arguments - mask & nr - the latter one being unused.
    When arch/i386/kernel/irq.c tries to use this definition, it only gives
    the one argument, and the compiler reports an error.
    I have got round this ever since by changing the line in irq.c from
    ACK_FIRST(0x01) to ACK_FIRST(0x01, crap)

    Am I the only person to encounter this? It occurs even when I download
    and untar a completely new kernel source, so it's not the result of the
    changes I've done. Is it ever going to be fixed?

    Also, while I'm already taking up the bandwidth - is the PC speaker
    driver going to be included in the standard kernel?

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