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SubjectRe: -mm merge plans for 2.6.20
On Mon, Dec 04, 2006 at 08:40:24PM -0800, Andrew Morton wrote:

> cpufreq-fix-bug-in-duplicate-freq-elimination-code-in-acpi-cpufreq.patch
> remove-hotplug-cpu-crap-from-cpufreq.patch
> cpufreq-select-consistently-re-2619-rc5-mm1.patch
> cpufreq-set-policy-curfreq-on-initialization.patch
> bug-fix-for-acpi-cpufreq-and-cpufreq_stats-oops-on-frequency-change-notification.patch
> Sent to cpufreq maintainer

I'm travelling right now, and somehow managed to oops my home router
3000 miles away making it hard for me to access mail & stuff.
(That "page count went negative" BUG() bit me when I did a killall -9 vpnc)

Full bug report, and processing of this backlog will happen
as soon as I get back on Sunday :)

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