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SubjectRe: [patch] Real-Time Preemption, -RT-2.6.11-rc3-V0.7.38-01

* <> wrote:

> I found a CONFIG_NET_PKTGEN=Y in the config, rebuilt with =n, and the
> resulting kernel boots fine (am using it as I type). Vanilla -rc3-mm1
> also boots fine with the PTKGEN=y setting (as did
> 2.6.10-mm1-V0.7.34-01, the last -mm I built with a -RT patch). I
> haven't tried a vanilla -rc3-V0.7.38-03, but I don't see anyplace -mm1
> hits pktgen.c
> If the above isn't enough to track down the issue, feel free to let me
> know what you'd like me to try next.

i tried to enable NET_PKTGEN in my vanilla-based -RT tree and it
boots/works fine. Could you try a vanilla-based -RT tree too, with
NET_PKTGEN enabled, and if it breaks send me your .config - if it doesnt
break then could you send me your -mm1 .config?

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