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SubjectRe: RFC: Starting a stable kernel series off the 2.6 kernel
>  (C) Copyright notice and "All rights reserved."
> > > These use inter_module_get()
> >
> > which is still there even in the latest 2.6.15-rc. It should be going
> > out but hasn't yet. And that is the case for at least a year (eg they
> > are __deprecated but still there).
> No, they aren't - at least not anywhere declared below include/ and thus
> uncompilable with GCC4.

# pwd
[root@jackhammer linux]# grep inter_mod *
module.h:extern void __deprecated inter_module_register(const char *,
module.h:extern void __deprecated inter_module_unregister(const char *);
module.h:extern const void * __deprecated inter_module_get_request(const
char *,
module.h:extern void __deprecated inter_module_put(const char *);

sounds you need to invoke the warranty on your grep binary ;)

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