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    SubjectRE: kbuild 2.5.26 - arch/alpha
    On 21 Jul 2002, at 18:57, Oliver Pitzeier wrote:
    > Oh... I did... :o( :o) But it's currently a mission
    > impossible. The last kernel running fine for my alpha
    > is 2.5.18 (with a lot of patches...)
    >
    > I'm also currently not sure that kernel 2.6.X will
    > ever run on alpha. There are not very much alpha-users.
    > And there are lesser alpha kernel maintainers.
    > Ivan Kokshaysky and "Thunder from the hill" are two
    > persons who often work an the Alpha Code. And me
    > as well (a bit....). But it's currently not easy
    > to fix the new errors (for alpha) in every kernel
    > release, because they are growing...

    Do you think it's worth the time to patch the current
    version? Will Linus apply the patch so we will hopefully
    have a 2.6.x kernel that compiles (at least) on alpha's?

    Is there anybody who is willing to test such a patch
    on different alpha's (I only have some XLT's, an AS800
    and one AS250, so all alcor based systems with
    ISA and PCI but without EISA and all are using sys_alcor.c)?
    Further I can't test SMP with this _very_ old hardware.


    Regards,
    Martin Brulisauer

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