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    SubjectRe: 2.6.20-mm1: PTRACE=y, PROC_FS=n compile error
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    > This causes the following compile error with CONFIG_PTRACE=y, 
    > CONFIG_PROC_FS=n:

    Bah. I moved ptrace_may_attach to fs/proc/base.c so that CONFIG_PTRACE=n
    could just omit kernel/ptrace.c entirely and still get the function for
    fs/proc/base.c to use (and because that uses it many more times than ptrace
    does). I'd forgotten that procfs could be disabled, since noone ever does.

    What do people suggest? It's not a very big function.


    Thanks,
    Roland
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