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SubjectRe: kernel 2.4.14 compiling fail for loop device
When I did, and used a looped an iso image, eventually my
computer froze up. Using the actual cd, it did not. So my
personal answer would be no.

-- todd --

> > Nope, it was added post-pre8 to final. The deactivate_page function was
> > removed completely.
>
> Safe to remove those two lines from loop.c? Other calls of deactive_page
> were just removed it seemed.
>
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