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    SubjectRe: [RFC] x86 ELF bootable kernels/Linux booting Linux/LinuxBIOS
    On Wed, 30 Jan 2002 13:19:17 -0800, 
    Andrew Morton <> wrote:
    >"Eric W. Biederman" wrote:
    >> In the short term shutting down devices is trivially handled by
    >> umounting filesystems, downing ethernet devices, and calling the
    >> reboot notifier chain. Long term I need to call the module_exit
    >> routines but they need a little sorting out before I can use them
    >> during reboot. In particular calling any module_exit routing that clears
    >> pm_power_off is a no-no.
    >module_exit() routines for statically-linked drivers often
    >don't exist - they're in .text.exit. I guess you can just
    >move .text.exit out of the /DISCARD/ section in

    Sounds like a generalization of device hot plugging, which has already
    solved this problem. Turn on CONFIG_HOTPLUG and module_exit()
    functions are in .text instead of .text.exit, no need to fiddle with

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