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SubjectRe: test11-pre6
On Thu, Nov 16, 2000 at 06:33:11PM -0800, Linus Torvalds wrote:

The log-file says it all..



- pre6:
- Intel: start to add Pentium IV specific stuff (128-byte cacheline
- David Miller: search-and-destroy places that forget to mark us
running after removing us from a wait-queue.
- me: NFS client write-back ref-counting SMP instability.
- me: fix up non-exclusive waiters
- Trond Myklebust: Be more careful about SMP in NFS and RPC code
- Trond Myklebust: inode attribute update race fix
- Charles White: don't do unaligned accesses in cpqarray driver.
- Jeff Garzik: continued driver cleanup and fixes
- Peter Anvin: integrate more of the Intel patches.
- Robert Love: add i815 signature to the intel AGP support
- Rik Faith: DRM update to make it easier to sync up 2.2.x
- David Woodhouse: make old 16-bit pcmcia controllers work
again (ie i82365 and TCIC)

There are 'hotplug' additions -- these now mean the networking code
won't build without "CONFIG_HOTPLUG=y".

What is the correct fix here; fix the networking code or just take
this option out and ensure hotplug functionality is no longer
compile-time dependent (always compiled in) ?


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