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SubjectRe: uninline check_signature()
On Tue, Jul 17, 2007 at 10:31:08PM +0200, Geert Uytterhoeven wrote:
> And we'll all live with a check_signature() in our kernel, which is used
> only by a few legacy drivers that depend on ISA || PCI...
>
> OR I'll have to disable HAS_IOMEM on m68k, and invent a new Kconfig
> symbol for lots of other stuff that currently depends on HAS_IOMEM...

Actually... Is there any reason why it's not simply
kmalloc
memcpy_fromio
memcmp
on all targets? Or just a variably-sized auto array, since we never
do it for large stuff, IIRC...
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