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SubjectRe: Updated 2.4 TODO List
On Tue, Oct 10, 2000 at 02:08:45PM -0400, mmangino@acm.org wrote:
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> I am one of those people that uses PCMCIA on an SMP machine, I also
> use 2.4. Aside from the very occasional problem, I don't see any
> locking issues. Is it possible to just leave it as is with a warning?

I think the configuration should still permit it; the probability of
hitting the locking issue in the ds module is vanishingly small. The
problem of non-SMP-tested PCMCIA drivers is more serious, but I'd
really call all the 2.4 PCMCIA code "experimental" at this point.

-- Dave
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