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    SubjectRe: [patch] 2.3.6 alpha fixes
    Matti Aarnio wrote:
    > On Sat, Jun 12, 1999 at 10:55:42AM -0400, Jeff Garzik wrote:
    > > 2.3.6 doesn't compile, at least in non-SMP configuration. The attached
    > > patch fixes the error (shown below) by converting some spinlock macros
    > > into inline funcs.

    > Those macroes are just fine, except the spin_trylock()
    > which must be as follows:
    >
    > #define spin_trylock(lock) ((int) 0)

    Yeah, but I like inline funcs better than macros, IMHO they are safer
    for many situations. So when I made the above fix, I did so by
    converting it to an inline func which returned an explicit type.


    > However, with RedHat 6.0 contained egcs 1.1.2 compiled
    > 2.3.6 kernel my network isn't working at all -- or well...
    > ... it can receive, but tcpdump tells that incoming frame
    > is some insanely large thing, like 340 MB, and crashes.
    > Same Tulip driver that works with 2.2.10pre3 doesn't help
    > at all.

    This is on Alpha?

    I can't get 2.3.6 to boot from SRM, aboot complains about there being "2
    headers" instead of one or something. I am guessing that means ELF
    header, but not sure.

    Jeff

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