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SubjectRe: [PATCH] API for true Random Number Generators to add entropy (2.6.11)
Jeff Garzik wrote:
> Andrew Morton wrote:
>> David McCullough <> wrote:
>>> Here is a small patch for 2.6.11 that adds a routine:
>>> add_true_randomness(__u32 *buf, int nwords);
>> It neither applies correctly nor compiles in current kernels. 2.6.11 is
>> very old in kernel time.
> Hrm. This is getting pretty lame, if you can't take patches from the
> -latest- stable release. It's pretty easy in BK:
> bk clone -ql -rv2.6.11 linux-2.6 rng-2.6.11
> cd rng-2.6.11
> { apply patch }
> bk pull ../linux-2.6
> Can you set up something like that?

I thought that the latest stable release was

However, what I really want to do is ask what patches should be
made against. I suggested on linux-scsi a day or 2 ago that
they should be made against the latest linus-bk (or snapshot)
unless the patch only applies to -mm, then they should obviously
be made against -mm. 2.6.11 plain is relatively aged IMO also....

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