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SubjectRe: PCI Hotplug and Linux 2.5.4-pre2
John Weber wrote:

> I can't find the definition of pcihpfs_fs_type used in
> pci_hotplug_core.c in register_filesystem(), unregister_filesystem(),
> and kern_mount(). This is causing a compilation error.
>
> PS - I don't use this in my kernel, so I can disable it from my
> config without penalty. But seeing as I don't see any posts
> about this on LKML, should I try to build kernels with everything
> enabled in the future (just to get these small errors stomped out
> quickly)?

I vote yes; I always turn on as many modularizable chunks as possible,
to increase "compile coverage". And we all know if it compiles, it
works, right?


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