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SubjectAnnounce: modutils 2.4.23 is available
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ftp://ftp.<country>.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/kernel/modutils/v2.4

modutils-2.4.23.tar.gz Source tarball, includes RPM spec file
modutils-2.4.23-1.src.rpm As above, in SRPM format
modutils-2.4.23-1.i386.rpm Compiled with gcc 2.96 20000731,
glibc 2.2.2.
modutils-2.4.23-1.ia64.rpm Compiled with gcc 2.96-ia64-20000731,
glibc-2.2.3.
patch-modutils-2.4.23.gz Patch from modutils 2.4.22 to 2.4.23.

Changelog extract

* Correct s390[x] relocations for position independent code.
Bill Nottingham/Amit S. Kale.
* Add alias for the tun/tap device. Bill Nottingham.
* Fix insmod for ppc64 MODULE_PARM(foo, "l"). Peter Bergner.
* Add DESTDIR to man_kerneld, change man pages from 444 to 644.
Peter Breitenlohner.
* libz must be static for --enable-zlib. Bill Nottingham, reworked
by Keith Owens.
* Add note about refusing patches that change behaviour to man pages.
* Alpha now uses srel32 in the exception handling macros.
Richard Henderson.
* Support ia64 brl relocations.

Modutils 2.4.24 will be out in the next few days. The only change
planned for 2.4.24 is to complain about modules using the default
behaviour of "export all symbols" on architectures that use function
descriptors. Such architectures must explicitly export symbols,
otherwise gcc does not generate function descriptors and inter-module
references break spectacularly.

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