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SubjectLinux 2.1.19
I've just upgraded from 2.1.8 to 2.1.19 with the only changes being
turning on PCI optimizations and upgrading from ext2fs 1.02 to 1.06

As a result I've lost about 13% of disk space (mostly recently used files)
and I get hundreds of block errors that I ignore on startup. The
filesystem is still read-only so no modifications have been written to
disk, I'll probably be able to salvage the system.

The other change I noticed has to do with route.
'route add -net' no longer works, and neither does
'route add -host IP eth0:x', they both complain about the netmask.

I have an Adaptec 2940 and WD network card, 64mb ram, latest stable
libc, gcc, ld, etc.

Any insight would be appreciated, and happy new years day everyone :>

- Lester

C > /) 2> /dev/null & echo hello world!; exit
* This file is correct input for:
* sh, cc, pc, f77
*/ main(program)) { puts("hello world!"); /*
*) program main(output);begin writeln('hello world!')end. {
write( *, '("hello world!")')
*/ return &program; }

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