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SubjectLinux 2.4.26-pre6

Here goes the last -pre of 2.4.26 series.

It contains an ACPI update, SPARC/m68k/x86-64 (the latter adding
basic support for Intel IA32e), amongst others.

Detailed changelog follows


Summary of changes from v2.4.26-pre5 to v2.4.26-pre6
============================================
<davem:nuts.davemloft.net>:
o [SPARC64]: Update defconfig
o [SPARC64]: Fix sys32_mount type arg handling

<len.brown:intel.com>:
o [ACPI] check "maxcpus=N" early -- same as NR_CPUS check
o [ACPI] clean up acpi_disabled use __initdata on IA64 was a bug since it is referenced by modules.
o [ACPI] create disable_acpi()
o [ACPI] fix interrupt behind yenta cardbus bridge (David Shaohua Li) http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1564
o [ACPI] delete POWER_OF_2 array (Pavel Machek)
o [ACPI] toshiba_acpi 0.18 from John Belmonte add missing copyin
o [ACPI] ACPI SCI shall be level/low unless explicit over-ride http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1622 add "acpi_sci=edge" and "acpi_sci=high" manual over-ride

<marcelo:logos.cnet>:
o Avoid readahead from reading last page of file
o Changed EXTRAVERSION to -pre6

<mlord:pobox.com>:
o Fix bogus vmalloc() vm_area_free_pages call

Andi Kleen:
o x86-64 update: simple support for IA32e/EM64T

Daniel Ritz:
o yenta pcmcia driver: add some cardbus bridges to override lis

Geert Uytterhoeven:
o Mac baboon warning
o Amiga Oktagon URL
o Mac missing include
o M68k keyboard

Jeff Garzik:
o [MAINTAINERS] remove defunct linux-via mailing list
o [scsi] export scsi_finish_command
o [pci] add a couple of constants

Trond Myklebust:
o NFS: Make sure that fsync() flushes all pending file data to disk. The current call to nfs_wb_file() will fail to flush out mmapped() dirty pages.
o NFS: make sure we revalidate attributes on completing a rename(): the server should normally update the ctime...

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