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SubjectRe: Updated Linux kernel preemption patches
Hello Robert Love,

> > It still borks, probably you are having other options in your kernel config
> > and sections you don't use may depend on dec_and_lock
>
> No, I have places in my kernel where atomic_dec_and_lock is used. In
> fact, one of the functions I was pasted where it broke was mmput() in
> kernel.S (i think from fork.c). I have that function, and it uses
> atomic_dec_and_lock...
>
> So the problem is most certainly something to do with your configuration
> not getting the dependency right to use atomic_dec_and_lock
>
> Out of curiosity, what CONFIG CPU are you defined to use?

#
CONFIG_X86=y
...
CONFIG_MPENTIUMIII=y
...



> > First get it to work, and then spend time on keeping it current with alan's
> > and linus' tree.
>
> I am working, but it is not my code. I am merely trying to keep it in
> sync with the trees. I am trying to get it working for those who it
> does not compile for, but it works for me and others, so it is hard.


--
bye.
Andrey Nekrasov, SpyLOG.
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