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SubjectRe: [isocompr PATCH]: announcing stable port to kernel 2.2.18
On Mon, Jun 11, 2001 at 10:59:44PM +0200, Pavel Machek wrote:
> > The current version of the patch for 2.2.18 is very stable
> > (we use it for DemoLinux [see] heavily),
> > and I wonder if it could not be a good idea to see if this
> > code can be folded into the official releases sometime in the
> > future (I have been looking at 2.4.x code, but the new page
> > cache means some changes might be needed: I will try to post
> > a first version for 2.4.x soon).
> I think that 2.5.0 should be your target... It is definitely new
> feature, and both 2.4.X and 2.2.X are in feature freeze.

Right. And besides: HPA coded a similar patch for 2.4.x, while he
fixed some issues.

So you might try his work or even come to an agreement on the


Ingo Oeser
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