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    SubjectRe: test13-pre6 compile error..network.o
    > Hello,
    > I received the following error while compiling test13-pre6 .
    >
    > net/network.o: In function `lecd_attach':
    > net/network.o(.text+0x5ce78): undefined reference to `prepare_trdev'
    > net/network.o(.text+0x5ce88): undefined reference to `prepare_etherdev'
    > net/network.o(.text+0x5cee3): undefined reference to `publish_netdev'
    > make: *** [vmlinux] Error 1

    This is caused by some cross-patch leakage between Alan and Linus.

    This should fix it:

    --- linux-2.4.0-test13-pre6/net/atm/lec.c Sat Dec 30 18:38:55 2000
    +++ linux-akpm/net/atm/lec.c Sat Dec 30 21:17:11 2000
    @@ -772,10 +772,10 @@
    size = sizeof(struct lec_priv);
    #ifdef CONFIG_TR
    if (is_trdev)
    - dev_lec[i] = prepare_trdev(NULL, size);
    + dev_lec[i] = init_trdev(NULL, size);
    else
    #endif
    - dev_lec[i] = prepare_etherdev(NULL, size);
    + dev_lec[i] = init_etherdev(NULL, size);
    if (!dev_lec[i])
    return -ENOMEM;

    @@ -783,7 +783,6 @@
    priv->is_trdev = is_trdev;
    sprintf(dev_lec[i]->name, "lec%d", i);
    lec_init(dev_lec[i]);
    - publish_netdev(dev_lec[i]);
    } else {
    priv = dev_lec[i]->priv;
    if (priv->lecd)
    @@ -858,7 +857,7 @@
    for (i = 0; i < MAX_LEC_ITF; i++) {
    if (dev_lec[i] != NULL) {
    priv = (struct lec_priv *)dev_lec[i]->priv;
    - unregister_netdev(dev_lec[i]);
    + unregister_trdev(dev_lec[i]);
    kfree(dev_lec[i]);
    dev_lec[i] = NULL;
    }
    -
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