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SubjectRe: FAIL: 2.2.18 + AA-VM-global-7 + serial 5.05
Andrea Arcangeli schrieb am Freitag, den 22. Dezember 2000:

> On Fri, Dec 22, 2000 at 03:47:57PM +0100, Matthias Andree wrote:
> > I suspect that these patches are mutually incompatible.
>
> did you checked that there are no rejects after patching :)

Yes, I did, there were none.

I had one patch that required a fuzz factor, but it only has a vendor ID
definition in pci.h. It's the patch by Lukasz Trabinski, Subject "Re:
[patch] 2.2.18 PCI_DEVICE_ID_OXSEMI_16PCI954", Date 2000-12-16 19:51
EST, Archive at
http://www.uwsg.indiana.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/0012.2/0126.html

That patch has been approved by Theodore Y Tso as being correct.

The other patches I applied did not leave any rejects behind.

> > Could somebody please have a look at this? I will test or provide more
> > information as requested.
>
> Where's serial 5.05 so I can have a look?

It's at http://sourceforge.net/projects/serial/ and since these are down
ATM, I'm keeping a copy at
http://www-dt.e-technik.uni-dortmund.de/~ma/kernelpatches/v2.2/v2.2.18/

Procedure:

1. fetch 2.2.18-fix-serial-5.05-pre.patch (has also been posted here, it
just adds a missing #define to pci.h)
2. fetch serial-5.05.tar.gz
3. patch the kernel with that 2.2.18-fix-serial-5.05-pre.patch, it takes
a high fuzz factor (try patch -p1 -F10)
4. unpack serial-5.05
5. sh install-in-kernel
6. patch with VM-global-2.2.18pre25-7
7. make clean dep bzImage modules, install, boot, and see it hang.

Note my kernel also contains the IDE and I²C patches, should that
matter, if it matters, please tell the corresponding maintainer there's
an incompatibility.

For what it's worth, that www-dt server directory also has my config,
it's named config-ma2.

--
Matthias Andree



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