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Nothing too radical here..


- Jens: better ordering of requests when unable to merge
- Neil Brown: make md work as a module again (we cannot autodetect
in modules, not enough background information)
- Neil Brown: raid5 SMP locking cleanups
- Neil Brown: nfsd: handle Irix NFS clients named pipe behavior and
dentry leak fix
- maestro3 shutdown fix
- fix dcache hash calculation that could cause bad hashes under certain
circumstances (Dean Gaudet)
- David Miller: networking and sparc updates
- Jeff Garzik: include file cleanups
- Andy Grover: ACPI update
- Coda-fs error return fixes
- rth: alpha Jensen update

- driver sync up with Alan
- Andrew Morton: wakeup cleanup and race fix
- Paul Mackerras: macintosh driver updates.
- don't trust "page_count()" on reserved pages!
- Russell King: fix serious IDE multimode write bug!
- me, Jens, others: fix elevator problem
- ARM, MIPS and cris architecture updates
- alpha updates: better page clear/copy, avoid kernel lock in execve
- USB and firewire updates
- ISDN updates
- Irda updates

- XMM: don't allow illegal mxcsr values
- ACPI: handle non-existent battery strings gracefully
- Compaq Smart Array driver update
- Kanoj Sarcar: serial console hardware flow control support
- ide-cs: revert toc-valid cache checking in 2.4.1
- Vojtech Pavlik: update via82cxxx driver to handle the vt82c686
- raid5 graceful failure handling fix
- ne2k-pci: enable device before asking the irq number
- sis900 driver update
- riva FB driver update
- fix silly inode hashing pessimization
- remove modinfo hack workaround, all newer modutils do it correctly
- datagram socket shutdown fix
- mark process as running when it takes a page-fault

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