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SubjectRe: Perils Of Global Replace (Re: PNP patch into kernel when?)

> > Note: pnp_patch-2.1.11 is obsolete - try not to take it too seriously.
> Is there a later one? It seemed to be the most recent when I looked on
> the ftp site a few days ago.
> phil

There isn't a newer one on the ftp site, as the latest version is
still sitting on my hard drive.

I've been making all the changes discussed on linux-kernel, debugging
the code, and updating it to v2.1.14. Because of this hacking, the patch
is currenly not bootable (heck, it doesn't yet compile), and I'd prefer
not to release it in this state. I'll announce the new version of the
patch (probably pnp_patch-2.1.14a) when it is available.

Functionally (the big picture) it will still be the same patch though.

Andrew E. Mileski
Linux Plug-and-Play Kernel Project
XFree86 Matrox Team

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