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    SubjectAccounting in 2.0.36 (Is a Bug?)
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    Hi all.

    I know that 2.0-series linux kernel is about to be "dead", now with 2.2
    -series. But something strange I have found in 2.0.36 (maybe 2.0.37 you can
    fix this):

    When I enable Proccess Assounting, in 1.3.78 (with Patch), 2.0.36 (option
    in menuconfig) and 2.2.0-pre5-ac1 (option in menuconfig), using the same
    accton and dumpacct (compiled on 2.0.36) binaries, the results I got is
    strange... In 1.3, works fine; 2.2 also... but 2.0 is a mess! I can't
    understand what kind of info it tries to print...

    Is there some special instruction i need to do? But... this fact of work in
    1.3 and 2.2, but not in 2.0 is getting me down...

    Thanks in advance... And sorry if this is my fault.
    --
    Alexandre Hautequest
    hquest@linuxbr.com.br
    ICQ 8563517
    "When I'm on the road, I'm indestructible. No one can stop me. But they
    try..."


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