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SubjectRe: 2.5.67-mm2
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I dunno about that, but mm2 locks in the boot process and doesn't display 
anything to me through gdb even though it is supposed to. I have gdb
console=gdb but that doesn't make the messages flow.

_J

In the new year, Felipe Alfaro Solana wrote:
> On Sun, 2003-04-13 at 03:08, Andrew Morton wrote:
> > ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/akpm/patches/2.5/2.5.67/2.5.67-mm2/
> >
> > . Lots of misc saved-up things.
> >
> > . I've changed the 32-bit dev_t patch to provide a 12:20 split rather than
> > 16:16. This patch is starting to drag a bit and unless someone stops me I
> > might just go submit the thing.
>
> Any patches for CardBus/PCMCIA support? It's broken for me since
> 2.5.66-mm2 (it works with 2.5.66-mm1) probably due to PCI changes or the
> new PCMCIA state machine: if I boot my machine with my 3Com CardBus NIC
> plugged in, the kernel deadlocks while checking the sockets, but it
> works when booting with the card unplugged, and then plugging it back
> once the system is stable (for example, init 1).
>
> I have written to Russell King, but had no response from him. Maybe he
> is too busy. I'm stuck at 2.5.66-mm1 on my laptop.
>
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