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SubjectRe: [patch] minor syctl fix in vsyscall_init
On Wed, Apr 13, 2005 at 10:45:18AM -0700, Matt Tolentino wrote:
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> Andi,
>
> If CONFIG_SYCTL is not enabled then the x86-64 tree
> fails to build due to use of a symbol that is not
> compiled in. Don't bother compiling in the sysctl
> register call if not building with sysctl.

Thanks. Actually it would be better to fix up sysctl.h
to define dummy functions in this case. I thought it did
that already in fact....

-Andi

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