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Subject2.6.18-rc4-mm1 + hotfix -- Many processes use the sysctl system call
My installation of Ubuntu is having trouble with my kernel build
because I disabled support for sysctl:

warning: process `ls' used the removed sysctl system call
warning: process `touch' used the removed sysctl system call
warning: process `touch' used the removed sysctl system call
warning: process `evms_activate' used the removed sysctl system call
warning: process `alsactl' used the removed sysctl system call

I am curious whether the use of sysctl indicates a problem in these
processes. What is the benefit of offering disabling sysctl support?

Thanks,
Miles
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