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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/5] Detect hwmon and i2c bus drivers interfering with ACPI Operation Region resources
On Wed, 24 Oct 2007 20:57:23 -0700, Andrew Morton wrote:
> On Wed, 24 Oct 2007 16:31:59 +0200 Thomas Renninger <> wrote:
> > it seems Len's test tree and Linus tree diverged a bit, at least with
> > this patch set things do not apply cleanly.
> >
> > Therefore I post these for discussion whether and in which kernel tree
> > they should end up before doing work for nothing.
> > If they are still a candidate for 2.6.24 (rather unintrusive), pls tell
> > me whether and when I should base them against Len's test/release branch
> > or whatever other tree.
> > If not, it would be great if they can be included into the -mm tree and
> > I can rebase them against this one.
> I staged the three acpi patches against Len's tree and I staged the hwmon
> patch against Mark's tree and I staged the I2C patch against Jean's tree.
> This means that if/when the ACPI patches have gone me->Len->Linus, I can
> send the I2C patch to Jean and the hwmon patch to Mark and we're all good.

Thanks for picking these patches, having them in -mm for some time is
exactly what we need. Let's see how many systems are affected by the
resource conflicts and how we can fix them

Jean Delvare
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