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SubjectRe: [PATCH] maestro3 still oopses?
I'm running it now, looks good.  :)

On Fri, Feb 09, 2001 at 11:51:48AM -0500, Zach Brown wrote:
>
> > The maestro3 driver, included in 2.4.2-pre2 (which I assume is the
> > same as maestro3-2.4-20010204.tar.gz, I haven't bothered to try it;
> > I'm perfectly happy w/ my patch), oopses upon shutdown.
>
> the maestro3 snapshot in 2.4.2pre2 is not up to date. I imagine it came
> from alan, who got the jan30 patch, but didn't get the trivial feb 04
> patch that fixes the oops you're seeing.
>
> the proper patch to 2.4.2-pre2 (and 2.4ac-current, presumably)
> is attached. Does it fix you problem? [it tries to do so without
> duplicating code, you'll notice.]
>
> - z
>

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