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SubjectRe: [patch] Name-clash between paride & hamradio
On Sat, 9 Sep 2000, Arjan van de Ven wrote:

> In article <> you wrote:
> > This patch fixes a init-function name-clash between some code in paride
> > and net/hamradio. Apparently, _noone_ uses these simultaneous, as this
> > bug has existed since the times of v2.0.xx at least...
> > This patches changes the names of the init-functions for the
> > hamradio-drivers pt.c and pi2.c. None of the new names are used anywhere
> > else in the kernel.
> > Alan: this needs fixing in the v2.2-tree too, probably.
> This problem has been fixed in the 2.2 tree a long time ago.

Hmmm. Maybe then we should try to use the same solution in all 3 trees,
to avoid confusion...

I guess I'll have to download a v2.2 tarball and have a look.

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