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    Subject[patch 00/11] Text Edit Lock / text poke
    Hi Andrew,

    This new version includes a rewrite of the i386 and x86_64 text edit lock using
    text poke. I clear and set the WP cr0 bit instead of changing the page
    attributes when patching RO code.

    It applies to 2.6.23-rc2-mm2 in this order:

    kprobes-use-mutex-for-insn-pages.patch
    kprobes-dont-use-kprobes-mutex-in-arch-code.patch
    kprobes-declare-kprobes-mutex-static.patch
    text-edit-lock-architecture-independent-code.patch
    text-edit-lock-alternative-i386-and-x86_64.patch
    text-edit-lock-kprobes-architecture-independent.patch
    text-edit-lock-kprobes-i386.patch
    text-edit-lock-kprobes-x86_64.patch
    text-edit-lock-i386-standardize-debug-rodata.patch
    text-edit-lock-x86_64-standardize-debug-rodata.patch

    Mathieu

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