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Dunlap, Randy writes:
> David is entitled to his opinion (IMO).
> And I dislike this patch, as he and I have already discussed.
>
> Short of fixing the link order, I like Jeff's suggestion
> better (if it actually works, that is): go back to the
> way it was a few months ago by calling usb_init()
> from init/main.c and making the module_init(usb_init);
> in usb.c conditional (#ifdef MODULE).

However, that breaks the OHCI driver on ARM. Unless we're going to start
putting init calls back into init/main.c so that we can guarantee the order
of init calls which Linus will not like, you will end up with a lot of ARM
guys complaining.

Linus, your opinion would be helpful at this point.
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