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SubjectRe: [PATCHSET] 2.4.19-pre8-jp12

I tried it. First I had a lot of compile problems (everything as module),
I had to disable at least 5 drivers (sorry I don't know exactly which were
them).
After compiling, depmod -a says:

unresolved symbols in
/drivers/char/drm/sis.o
/drivers/hotplug/pcihpacpi.o
/net/tux/tux.o

So even tux is unusable :(.


But the worst problem for is supermount:
# mount -t supermount -o dev=/dev/cdrom none /mnt/cdrom
# ls -l /mnt/cdrom
ls: .: Stale NFS handle (~or something similar)
[...] (and it lists the file)

But:
# cd /mnt/cdrom
# ls -l
ls: .: Stale NFS handle
# (and it doesn't even list the files)



On Wed, 15 May 2002, [iso-8859-15] Jörg Prante wrote:

> Linux kernel patch set 2.4.19pre8-jp12
>
> This is the twelvth release of the -jp patch set.
>
> http://infolinux.de/jp12/
>
> Status: 15 May 2002 00:45 CEST
>
> Changes from jp11 to jp12
>
> Updates: XFS update to CVS as of 13 May 2002, new IDE convert all 10,
> Alsa compile fix, IDE CD DMA upgrade. New patches included in this
> version: Momchil Velikov/Christoph Hellwig's radix tree pagecache
> (adapted to work with rmap/preempt/lockbreak and XFS), Jens Axboe's
> IDE tagged command queue support, Robert Love's latest additional
> miscellanous scheduler patches.
>
> Known Issues
>
> The miroSound PCM20 radio audio driver depends on OSS sound include
> file and is no longer compileable. IDE CD should be fixed. I did not
> find the bug but it could be in the IDE patch, or some interaction
> with it I did not understand. Anyway, cdfs does not work, it will
> mount, but oops when stat()ing a directory. The drive will be locked
> until reboot. This is caused by an interaction between the new code
> in IDE, supermount, and cdfs and must be investigated.
>
> What is it?
>
> The -jp kernels are development kernels for testing purpose only. They
> will appear regularly two or three times a month. Their purpose is to
> provide a service for developers who can't keep up to date with the
> latest kernel and patch versions, but want to test new features and
> evaluate enhancements that are not to be expected for inclusion into
> the mainstream 2.4 kernel.
>
> Download
>
> http://infolinux.de/jp12/patch-2.4.19-pre8-jp12.tar.bz2
>
>
> Patch set overview
>
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-0-pre8 34_llseek
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-1-pre7 35_mount
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-2-pre6 36_device
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-3-pre5 37_supermount
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-4-pre4 38_xfs-kdb-from-cvs-04May2002
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-5-pre3 39_xfs-13May2002
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-6-pre2 40_xfs-kdb-adapt
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-7-core 41_xfs-kdb-fixups
> 02_alsa-sound-0.9.0rc1 42_jfs-1.0.14-0
> 03_alsa-adapt 43_jfs-1.0.14-15
> 04_TIOCGDEV 44_jfs-1.0.15-16
> 05_boot-time-ioremap 45_jfs-1.0.16-17
> 06_via-northbridge-fixup 46_jfs-adapt
> 07_jiffies-for-i386 47_ftpfs-0.6.2
> 08_rmap-13 48_cdfs-0.5b
> 09_rmap13a 49_cdfs-0.5bc
> 10_sched-O1-K3 50_patch-int-2.4.18.2
> 11_up-apic-fix 51_loop-jari
> 12_remove-wake-up-sync 52_grsecurity-1.9.5-pre3
> 13_need-resched-abstraction 53_grsecurity-adapt
> 14_frozen-lock 54_i2c-2.6.3
> 15_sched-yield 55_lmsensors-2.6.3
> 16_more-sched-yield 56_freeswan-1.97
> 17_need-resched-check 57_ide-cd-dma-4
> 18_maxrtprio-1 58_lowlatency-mini
> 19_maxrtprio 59_lowlatency-fixes-5
> 20_migration-thread 60_mmx-init
> 21_updated-migration-init 61_p4-xeon
> 22_misc-stuff 62_x86-fast-pte
> 23_preempt-2.4.19pre8 63_acpi-20020503
> 24_lockbreak 64_acpi-pciirq-17
> 25_ide-all-convert-10 65_remove-khttpd
> 26_md-locks 66_tux2-final-A3
> 27_raid-split 67_sis-740-961
> 28_md-part 68_radix-tree-pagecache-2.4.19pre5ac3
> 29_mdp-major 69_radix-tree-pagecache-xfs-fix
> 30_autofs4 70_block-tag-2.4.19pre8
> 31_isrdonly 71_ide-tag-2.4.19pre8
> 32_new-stat 98_tkparse-4096
> 33_mediactl 99_VERSION
>
> More info available at
>
> http://infolinux.de/jp12
>
>
> Jörg Prante
> joerg@infolinux.de
>
>
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