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SubjectRe: Watchdog drivers
On Sun, 13 Oct 2002, Russell King wrote:

| On Sun, Oct 13, 2002 at 07:40:41PM +0200, Wim Van Sebroeck wrote:
| > I'm reviewing the different watchdog drivers and started porting the features
| > that have been added in the 2.4 kernel to the 2.5 development kernel.
| > I now wondered if it would make sence to put all watchdog drivers in
| > drivers/char/watchdog/ instead of in drivers/char ?
| > Please comments.
| Rob Radez has been doing a lot of work in this area; I thought he
| was going to do the 2.5 drivers as well (or his last mail on the
| 8 August seemed to imply that.) Not sure what happened.
| Rob?

Rob has gone off to school and apparently has little time
for such trivial stuff. :)

His (2.4.19-preN) patches used to live at
but I can't get to that web server now.
I do have a copy of the patch file that was there if Wim
or anyone needs/wants it.

"In general, avoiding problems is better than solving them."
-- from "#ifdef Considered Harmful", Spencer & Collyer, USENIX 1992.

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