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SubjectLinux-2.5.22

Hmm.. This should make cardbus work again, and gets rif of the IDE "oops
on shutdown" thing. Big x86-64 merge, and lots of acpi updates. IDE
updates (as usual) and a lot of compiler warning work by various people.
IrDA update and SCSI cleanups..

What else can you ask for?

Linus

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Summary of changes from v2.5.21 to v2.5.22
============================================

<agrover@aracnet.com>:
o ACPI updates (1-3)
o ACPI cleanups (1-2)

<baccala@vger.freesoft.org>:
o DBRI driver: Add T7903 doc URL

<bheilbrun@paypal.com>:
o Compile error, ALSA Cirrus Logic driver

<bwheadley@earthlink.net>:
o add Aiptek 8000U USB driver

<da-x@gmx.net>:
o 2.5.21 - list.h cleanup

<flavien@lebarbe.net>:
o usblp_ioctl for non-little-endian machines

<green@angband.namesys.com>:
o many reiserfs updates

<jejb@mulgrave.(none)>:
o 53c700
o [SCSI 53c700] bux fix in tag starvation, cosmetic cleanup of
set_depth
o [SCSI 53c700] update version to 2.8

<mitch@sfgoth.com>:
o atm warning fix (vs 2.5.21)

<patch@luckynet.dynu.com>:
o new list macros for USB

<tiwai@suse.de>:
o usb_set_interface for discontinous altsettings

<willy@debian.org>:
o fs/locks.c cleanup

<wli@holomorphy.com>:
o remove forget_pte() remnants

<zwane@linux.realnet.co.sz>:
o 2.5.21 deadlocks on UP (SMP kernel) w/ IOAPIC

Alexander Viro <viro@math.psu.edu>:
o resync (1-14)

Andi Kleen <ak@muc.de>:
o 2.5.21 x86-64 jumbo patch - arch specific changes
o network maintainer
o i386 mptable cpu name decoding cleanup
o i386 stack frame security fix
o CONFIG_ISA for several driver dirs

Andrew Morton <akpm@zip.com.au>:
o ext3 out-of-inodes fix
o ext2_put_inode race fix
o ext3 ordering fix
o stram.c compile fix
o writeback memory allocation robustness
o fix smbfs oops

Andries E. Brouwer <Andries.Brouwer@cwi.nl>:
o scsi stuff
o SCSI stuff part 2

Benjamin LaHaise <bcrl@redhat.com>:
o pci dma patch rediffed for 2.5.21
o ns83820.c update to 0.18
o 2.5.20 x86 iobitmap cleanup

Brad Hards <bhards@bigpond.net.au>:
o USB: usb-midi Configure.help entry
o USB Checker missing null pointer checks fix
o USB Checker missing unlocks fixes

Christopher Hoover <ch@hpl.hp.com>:
o [ARM PATCH] 1169/1: Add support for LEDS on BadgePAD 4 Add support
for LEDS on BadgePAD 4.

David Brownell <david-b@pacbell.net>:
o cdc-ether, remove warning
o ohci-hcd, speedups+misc
o ohci-hcd init err detect
o ohci-hcd init err detect

David S. Miller <davem@redhat.com>:
o TLB gather: Distinguish between full-mm and partial-mm flushes
o Sparc: Fix copy_{to,from}_user return value handling
o Sparc64: readv/writev SuS compliance fix for sparc32 compat
o Get Sparc64 building again, both UP and SMP
o Build fix for 2.5.x
o Another Sparc build fix
o Warning fix

François Romieu <romieu@cogenit.fr>:
o 2.5.21 - hdlc drivers fixes
o 2.5.21 - hdlc drivers fixes
o 2.5.21 - hdlc drivers fixes
o 2.5.21 - hdlc drivers fixes

Greg Kroah-Hartman <greg@kroah.com>:
o USB: printer fix as found by the CHECKER tool
o USB keyspan_pda.c : fix problems found by CHECKER
o USB: fixed problems when CONFIG_HOTPLUG=n and usb drivers were
built into the kernel
o USB: usb-serial api changes
o USB visor driver: changes due to core api changes
o USB whiteheat driver: changes due to the usb-serial api changes
o USB serial drivers: changed startup() to attach() due to usbserial
api change
o USB: fixups due to the aiptek patch to get everything to build
properly

Hugh Dickins <hugh@veritas.com>:
o tmpfs 1/5 rename nlink
o tmpfs 2/5 long symlinks
o tmpfs 3/5 mknod times
o tmpfs 4/5 swapoff tweaks
o tmpfs 5/5 SMP-safe
o swap 1/3 swapon leak
o swap 2/3 unsafe SwapCache check
o swap 3/3 unsafe Dirty check

Ingo Molnar <mingo@elte.hu>:
o get rid of rq->frozen, fix context switch races
o put the sync wakeup feature back in, based on Mike Kravetz's patch
o rq-lock optimization in the preemption case, from Robert Love, plus
some more cleanups
o set_cpus_allowed() optimization from Mike Kravetz: we can set
p->thread_info->cpu directly if the task is not running and is not
on any runqueue.
o wait_task_inactive() preemption-latency optimization: we should
enable/disable preemption to not spend too much time with
preemption disabled. wait_task_inactive() can take quite some time
occasionally ...
o squeeze a few more cycles out of the wakeup hotpath
o do a manual preemption-check in task_rq_unlock()
o
o revert the raw spinlock usage - it's too dangerous and volatile
o make irqbalance work on UP-IOAPIC systems, fix from Zwane Mwaikambo

Jean Tourrilhes <jt@hpl.hp.com>:
o IrDA updates 1/4
o IrDA update 2/4
o IrDA update 3/4
o IrDA update 4/4

Jeff Garzik <jgarzik@mandrakesoft.com>:
o net driver 8139cp updates

Jens Axboe <axboe@suse.de>:
o final plug stuff
o generic tag update

Kai Germaschewski <kai@tp1.ruhr-uni-bochum.de>:
o kbuild: Small fixes
o kbuild: Pass <target> to fixdep
o kbuild: Generate dependencies for all targets
o kbuild: Rearrange Rules.make
o kbuild: Rules.make cleanup
o kbuild: Put .cmd/.d files into the same directory as the target
o kbuild: Optimize include of .*.cmd
o kbuild: Generate modversions only for selected objects
o kbuild: Track dependencies for .ver files
o kbuild: Improve output alignment
o kbuild: Remove mod-subdirs variable
o kbuild: Fix unaligned access in sanity check
o kbuild: Allow for ',' in file names
o kbuild: Add $(HOST_LOADLIBES) when compiling host programs directly
o ISDN: Eicon fix macro clash
o ISDN: Fix warning and cleanup in new hisax sub-driver
o ISDN: Fix some typos in drivers/isdn/hisax/Config.in
o kbuild: Move various targets into noconfig section
o ISDN: Fix bugs found by the Stanford checker

Kanoj Sarcar <kanojsarcar@yahoo.com>:
o Sparc64: Fix module symbols when stack debugging is on

Linus Torvalds <torvalds@home.transmeta.com>:
o cardbus.c fixes
o fix up fall-out from header cleanups
o More include header fixes for emu10k driver
o Undo bogus 390 block layer merge (which re-introduced long-gone
hardsects array)
o jdev/s_dev are now regular dev_t's, compare them as such
o Bitops need "unsigned long", but byte arrays
o Remove old duplicate ACPI DEBUGGER_THREADING define
o Fix printk type warning (mpc_cpufeature is long)
o Add infrastructure to easily make _correct_ bitmap members in
structures and unions (and why not other variables too..)
o Fix various sound compiler warnings (and outright bugs
o Cleanup, use new bitmap declarator instead of doing it by hand
o Fix smbfs debug macros
o Linux kernel 2.5.22
o Brad Heilbrun: fix IDE for highmem support
o revert to correct C99 behaviour Cset exclude:
bcrl@redhat.com|ChangeSet|20020429021546|12619

Martin Dalecki <dalecki@evision-ventures.com>:
o 2.5.20 IDE 86-92
o 2.5.20 locks.h cleanup
o kill warnings (1-19)
o 2.5.21 "I can't get no compilation"

Nemosoft Unv. <nemosoft@smcc.demon.nl>:
o PWC 8.7 for 2.5.20

Oliver Neukum <oliver@neukum.name>:
o USB: small optimisation for hpusbscsi
o USB: saving memory on kaweth

Pavel Machek <pavel@ucw.cz>:
o suspend-to-{ram/disk} cleanups/fixes for 2.5.21

Peter Chubb <peter@chubb.wattle.id.au>:
o yenta_socket driver PCI irq routing fix

Robert Love <rml@tech9.net>:
o net/socket.c memory leak fix
o uber trivial sysrq.c patch
o kernel preemption bits (1/2)
o kernel preemption bits (2/2)
o scheduler whitespace/comment merge from -ac

Russell King <rmk@arm.linux.org.uk>:
o Fix more header file breakage

Russell King <rmk@flint.arm.linux.org.uk>:
o [ARM] Generic hook for page faults Provide a method where various
other parts of the kernel (eg, alignment fault handler, PCI
subsystems, etc) can hook into the page fault processing to handle
alignment and PCI faults respectively.
o [ARM] asm-arm/bitops.h - add fls() and stream-line
sched_find_first_bit()
o [ARM] Fix ARM build (, -> _) The kbuild infrastructure in 2.5.21
uses the filename to generate a dependency file, which is passed
into gcc using -Wp,-MD,filename.
o [ARM] 3 trivial changes

Stephen Rothwell <sfr@canb.auug.org.au>:
o utimes permission check

William Stinson <wstinson@infonie.fr>:
o [janitor] update the isicom.c multiport serial driver to 1) check
the result of copy_from_user 2) return -EFAULT in case not all
data was copied 3) release resources in case of failure
o [janitor] update the istallion.c multiport serial driver 1) checks
the result of copy_XX_user and returns -EFAULT in case not all data
was copied.
o [janitor] update the ray_cs.c PCMCIA client driver for the Raylink
wireless LAN card 1) checks the result of copy_to_user and 2)
returns -EFAULT in case not all data was copied.
o [janitor] check copy_from_user return val in e100 net driver
o [janitor] update the stallion.c multiport serial driver checks the
result of copy_to_user and returns -EFAULT in case not all data was
copied. Patch also changes the return code
o [janitor] update the optcd Optics Storage 8000 AT CDROM driver 1)
remove call to check_region 2) check the status of call to
request_region 3) and return an error in case of problem.
o [janitor] request_region cleanups for mcd and mcdx ancient cd-rom
drivers
o [janitor] update the ni65 network driver to 1) remove call to
check_region and use request_region instead checking the return
value 2) release region resource in case of driver initialisation
error
o [janitor] update the sdlamain Multiprotocol WAN Link Driver to 1)
check the status of call to request_region 2) and return an error
in case of problem.
o [janitor] update the DAC960 Driver for Mylex
DAC960/AcceleRAID/eXtremeRAID PCI RAID Controllers to 1) check
result of calls to request_region and handle failure to allocate
region resource 2) add and use an extra label "Failure1" which
frees the region resource in case of device driver initialisation
error later on
o [janitor] update the eexpress.c net driver to 1) check the status
of call to request_region 2) and return an error and release the
interrupt held in case of problem.
o [janitor] update the comx-hw-comx wan driver to remove call to
check_region and check the status of call to request_region
instead.
o [janitor] update the eepro Intel EtherExpress Pro/10 device driver
to 1) check the status of call to request_region 2) and return an
error in case of problem.
o [janitor] update the atarilance Ethernet driver for VME Lance cards
on the Atari to check the result of request_irq and exit in case of
error
o [janitor] update the yam hamradio driver to


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