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SubjectRe: 2.6.17-rc5-mm2
(Ingo, I got your e-mail too, and I will reply to it once I've
followed your instructions.)

On 6/1/06, Andrew Morton <akpm@osdl.org> wrote:
> Damn, sorry. LLC is completely borked. You should emphatically set
> CONFIG_LLC=n.

Just one problem with that...

config ATALK
tristate "Appletalk protocol support"
select LLC

This box runs netatalk for both file and print service, but I could
temporarily disable it for testing... Ok, the kernel's up and running
w/o CONFIG_LLC and CONFIG_ATALK now, and the warning still happened at
boot time, but it has stayed up for over an hour without keeling over
with a panic.

It looks like netatalk was fixed at some point so that it can do AFP
over TCP without the presence of a running atalkd, so unless I buy a
really old used Mac, I shouldn't need CONFIG_ATALK for the file server
anymore. Also, to make a *long* story short, I also should be able to
get rid of the print server in a few weeks. I'll still need to
occasionally boot back into a CONFIG_ATALK kernel to use the print
server until then, but I should be able to run an ATALK-less kernel
for days at a time (i.e. when the print server is not in use)...
--
-Barry K. Nathan <barryn@pobox.com>
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