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Alan Cox: Linux kernel 2.4.0ac11

Jan 25, 2001, 08:00 (18 Talkback[s])
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        ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/alan/2.4/

Slightly delayed because I had take some time out to fall off a horse..


2.4.0-ac11
o       Raid5 corruption fix                            (Neil Brown)
o       Add Etrax 'cris' architecture support           (Axis)
o       APIC crash fixes                                (Ingo Molnar)
o       Jochen Hein moved                               (Jochen Hein)
o       Fix mm/slab.c doc                               (Matthew Wilcox)
o       Major NTFS updates                              (Anton Altaparmakov)
o       Make de4x5 driver work                          (Nathan Hand)
o       Fix vfb driver line length reporting            (Geert Uytterhoeven)
o       Allow xirc2 config on kernel command line       (David Luyer)
o       via audio mmap support, ioctl fixes             (Rui Sousa)
o       Fix ncpfs limits                                (Petr Vandrovec)
o       Fix bios reading in i91xx scsi driver           (Trevor Hemsley)
o       S/390 updates                                   (Holger Smolinski)
o       Add pci dma mapping to epic100                  (Francois Romieu)
o       Resync with Linus 2.4.1pre9
        - Fix DRM bugs in pre9                          (Linus Torvalds)
        - Fix HPFS tests in pre9                        (me)
o       Remove dead dsp56k/qpmouse inits                (Hans Grobler)
o       uart401 module locking fixes                    (Chris Rankin)
o       Fix cs46xx build error in non module            (Hans Grobler)
o       Update hdparm url                               (Andre Dahlqvist)
o       ibmmca updates                                  (Michael Lang)
o       Fix smctr build problems                        (Hans Grobler)
o       Typo fixes                                      (Ulrich Kunitz)
o       Fix depca to new style module stuff             (Hans Grobler)
        | more love and attention still needed
o       New kmalloc checks in buz.c                     (Hans Grobler)
o       mct_u232 had wrong device id data               (Adam J Richter)
o       aty128fb error path fixes                       (Hans Grobler)
o       Add radeon config help                          (Andre Dahlqvist)
o       Fix acpi header                                 (Adam J Richter)
o       Add missing externs to bttv header              (Hans Grobler)
o       Add missing externs to bridge                   (Hans Grobler)
o       Fix include/linux/rtc.h typo                    (John Fremlin)
o       Remove unreachable code from atm proc           (Hans Grobler)
o       wanrouter proc fixes                            (Arnaldo Carvalho
                                                         de Melo)
o       Fix naming of GPL all over the code             (Andre Dahlqvist)
o       sis900 new module locking                       (Jeff Garzik)
o       Remove unneeded private byte count from sb1000  (Jeff Garzik)
o       NCPfs didnt set s->maxbytes                     (Petr Vandrovec)
o       DEC lance cleanup                               (Jeff Garzik)
o       Tulip update                                    (Jeff Garzik)
o       Multiple drivers last_rx and skb deref fixes    (Jeff Garzik)
o       Make bonding new style                          (Jeff Garzik)
o       Remove dead definitions from 8390 code          (Jeff Garzik)
o       8139too updates                                 (Jeff Garzik)
o       82596 driver updates                            (Jeff Garzik)
o       Set last_rx on acenic                           (Jeff Garzik)
o       Update roadrunner to new module locking         (Jeff Garzik)

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Alan Cox 
Red Hat Kernel Hacker
& Linux 2.2 Maintainer                        Brainbench MVP for TCP/IP
http://www.linux.org.uk/diary                 http://www.brainbench.com

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