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Subjectlinux-next: usb tree fix (Was: Re: linux-next: Tree for July 29)
Hi Bart,

On Tue, 29 Jul 2008 18:25:14 +0200 Bartlomiej Zolnierkiewicz <> wrote:
> I keep reverting commit 0e3638d1e04040121af00195f7e4628078246489 ("warn
> when statically-allocated kobjects are used") with each linux-next release
> to make it work on my x86_32 laptop (
> Depending on the day I either forget to revert it on a first try or (lead by
> incurable optimism) I don't try to revert it in hope that it was fixed.
> Unfortunately the result is always the same cursing-during-qemu-test-run
> -> git-revert -> recompile cycle and a needless time loss.
> Could we have some action taken please?

I have reverted that commit from linux-next today (its id has changed)
and will do so until Greg or Dave tells me it has been fixed. To make
life easier for me, Greg, it would be nice if you removed it from your
series until that time.

Stephen Rothwell
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