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SubjectRe: HFS-Bug in Kernel 2.4.12 and above
On Thu, Nov 15, 2001 at 04:13:14PM +0100, wrote:
> Kernel 2.4.12 is no more able to handle two floppy drives with hfs
> formated floppies.
> You can recreate the failure if you have two floppy drives, use Kernel
> 2.4.12 (and above) with loadable module support for hfs- and
> vfat-floppies and try to mount the first one with a hfs formated floppy
> inside. If you unmount the floppy drive again you will get a
> segmentation fault and an uninterruptible sleep for the mount PID. You
> cannot mount this drive again.
> For all other see attached file 'report'.
> Regards
> Wolfgang Pichler
> P: Dave Gilbert
> M:
> S: Maintained

What is the relevance of the above past from the Linux CREDITS file?

Russell King ( The developer of ARM Linux

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