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    SubjectRe: [klibc] klibc and what's the next step?
     On Tue, Jul 11, Theodore Tso wrote:

    > > In earlier mails you stated that having kinit/klibc in the kernel sources
    > > would make it easier to keep up with interface changes.
    > > What interface changes did you have in mind, and can you name any relevant
    > > interface changes that were made after 2.6.0 which would break an external
    > > kinit?
    > When you load a SCSI driver (the one that bit me was the MPT Fusion
    > driver), it no longer waits for SCSI bus probe to finish before
    > returning. So the RHEL4 initrd fails to find the root filesystem, and
    > bombs out. This change was definitely made after 2.6.0, and is an
    > example of the sort of change which wouldn't have happened if kinit
    > was under the kernel sources and not supplied by the distro.

    Was RHEL4 designed for 2.6?

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