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    SubjectRe: 2.6.10-rc3-mm1
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    On 13 Dec 2004, at 19:10, Rudmer van Dijk wrote:

    > On Monday 13 December 2004 17:15, Marcos D. Marado Torres wrote:
    >> On Mon, 13 Dec 2004, Andrew Morton wrote:
    >>> ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/akpm/patches/2.6/
    >>> 2.6.10-rc3/
    >>> 2.6.10-rc3-mm1/
    >>>
    >>> - Lots of new patches, lots of little fixes all over the place.
    >>>
    >>> - Probably the major change is the readahead rework, which may have
    >>> significant performance impacts on some workloads. Not necessarily
    >>> good, either...
    >>>
    >>> - See below for the list of 31 patches which I have pending for
    >>> 2.6.10.
    >>> If there are other patches here which should go in, please let me
    >>> know.
    >>
    >> Greetings,
    >>
    >> Fortunately with this -rc3-mm1 I no longer have the acpi_power_off
    >> problem
    >> that I had in -rc2-mm's, described in
    >> http://lkml.org/lkml/2004/12/12/110 .
    >>
    >> OTOH, while I had no problems with the previous mm's or with
    >> 2.6.10-rc3,
    >> with -rc3-mm1 kdm has an weird function: with kdm/unstable uptodate
    >> 4:3.3.1-3 from Debian it just restarts X when it's going to show the
    >> login/password form, restarting over and over.
    >
    > saw it too with gdm on Gentoo, I tried to track it down but could not
    > come up
    > with a solution... I'm now back to rc2-mm4

    Seems a problem with an "ioctl" call.

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