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SubjectRe: 2.6.12-rc1-mm1: Kernel BUG at pci:389
On Po 21-03-05 17:52:32, Andrew Morton wrote:
> Pavel Machek <> wrote:
> >
> > > Could I suggest that you prepare a fixup against 2.6.12-rc1-mm1 and send
> > > that to Len and myself? If that fixup is not suitable for a 2.6.12-rc1
> > > based tree then I can look after it until things get flushed out.
> >
> > Could you just revert those two patches? First one is very
> > wrong. Second one might be fixed, but... See comments below.
> I could revert them locally, but that wouldn't gain us much.

You mean that Len has to revert them or revert is "ineffective"?

> Greg hasn't taken the pm_message_t patches yet. Perhaps that's for the best.
> Perhaps I should just jam everything-from-Pavel into Linus's tree as soon
> as he returns and then we can fix up the downstream fallout in the various
> bk trees?

Yes, that would help a lot. I was waiting with
"turn-pm_message_t-into-struct" until all pm_message_t patches reached
Linus so that there's not a mess "in flight". Len's patch pretty much
depends on pm_message_t already being converted... (and I'd prefer it
to wait a while, so we can see which problems were introduced by
conversion and which are due to ACPI BIOS bugs).

People were complaining that M$ turns users into beta-testers...
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