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SubjectRe: 2.5.54-mm3
Steven Barnhart wrote:
>
> On Sat, 04 Jan 2003 01:00:38 +0000, Andrew Morton wrote:
>
> > Filesystem mount and unmount is a problem. Probably, this will not be
> > addressed. People who have specialised latency requirements should avoid
> > using automounters and those gadgets which poll CDROMs for insertion events.
>
> That stinks...it don't work in .54 and I'd likem to have my automounter
> functioning again. Oh well it *is* 2.5.

autofsv4 has been working fine across the 2.5 series. You'll need to
send a (much) better report.

> > This work has broken the shared pagetable patch - it touches the same code
> > in many places. I shall put Humpty together again, but will not be
> > including it for some time. This is because there may be bugs in this
> > patch series which are accidentally fixed in the shared pagetable patch. So
> > shared pagetables will be reintegrated when these changes have had sufficient
> > testing.
>
> Also for some reason I always have to do a "touch /fastboot" and boot in
> rw mode to boot the kernel. The kernel fails on remouting fs in r-w mode.

Many more details are needed. Sufficient for a developer to be able to
reproduce the problem.

> X also don't work saying /dev/agpgart don't exist even though it does and
> I saw it. agpgart module is loaded..maybe it would work as built into the
> kernel? .config attached.

You could try statically linking it, yes. More details are needed,
such as a description of what hardware you have and what driver you're
using.
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