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SubjectRe: 2.1.121 breaks compilation, initmem_freed undefined


On Sat, 12 Sep 1998, David S. Miller wrote:
>
> "initmem_freed" is gone, and is not coming back. Anything depending
> on it should just be fixed to instead test for something that makes
> sense (like whether it was a module or not).
>
> Someone needs to fix fs/super.c too (I think this case was a
> legitimate usage of the variable, but anyways...)

I already fixed that, it's in the pre-patches.

And no, it was never legitimate - there was _no_ case where the function
was ever called with init-memory free'd. So the check made even less
sense, and the fix was to just get rid of it.

Linus


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