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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.20-pre1
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Alan Cox <alan@redhat.com> writes:

> - Remove mess where x86_64 sticks its arse in all sorts of
> config files and makes a mess of it. Other ports done because
> the result sucks, x86_64 shouldnt either

Can you explain this further. How else do you propose to get rid of
unmaintained-and-absolutely-hopeless-on-64bit drivers in the configuration?
I definitely do not want to get bug reports about these not working on x86-64.

If you think CONFIG_X86_64 is too ugly, perhaps an generic CONFIG_64BIT would
be preferable for you? I personally would prefer CONFIG_UNMAINTAINED_AND_BROKEN and telling users they are on their own when they enable it, but that is
probably just me.

> - Drop utterly bogus change todrivers/sound/Config.in

Given that one was bogus. Must have been a merge mistake on my part.

-Andi

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