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Linux 2.2.5ac2 released

Mar 31, 1999, 15:27 (1 Talkback[s])

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Alan Cox writes:

Linux 2.2.5ac2 is now up on ftp.*


Differences between Linux 2.2.5ac1 and Linux 2.2.5ac2

o       Fixed the uid cache race again                  (me)
o       DaveM's tcp fix                                 (DaveM)
o       EFS partition endian fixes                      (Al Smith)
o       SMP fixes for old EISA boxes                    (James Bottomley)
o       Ksymoops updates - please test on non x86       (Keith Owens)
o       Non blocking tty fix                            (Tobias Ringstrom)
o       SCSI generic updates                            (Douglas Gillbert)
o       Config updates                                  (Axel Boldt)
o       IPv4 traffic equaliser                          (Guus Sliepen)
o       Soundscape Vivo fix                             (Walter Hunt)

Differences between Linux 2.2.5 and Linux 2.2.5ac1

o       Large file arrays
o       AIC7xxx driver updated.
o       NFS client does write clustering and handles >4K page servers well
o       PCI2000/PSI2200 compile fixed.
o       QlogicFC driver pdated.
o       V7 file system support in the SYS5 fs
o       Updated Sangoma drivers (in progress)
o       2Gig memory support on the Alpha
o       ARM arch & driver updates
o       I2O SCSI and Block OSM (experimental)
o       MCA updates
o       K6-II/III MTRR registers
o       Cleaned up MSR/TSC handling
o       MCD parameters settable in make config 
o       IRDA updates - IRDA sockets
o       Roadrunner/HIPPI updates
o       Sealevel Wan card driver (experimental)
o       Sound fixes for mulaw
o       Experimental sound drivers for ESS Maestro PCI
o       4bit VGA fbcon driver
o       Inode versioning
o       Lockd, NFSD updates
o       NTFS doesnt crash the machine on out of memory
o       Procfs readlink fix
o       Improved scsi generic
o       Misc small changes