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Linux 2.4.13 Is Out

Oct 24, 2001, 06:21 (19 Talkback[s])
 - page write-out throttling
 - Pete Zaitcev: ymfpci sound driver update (make Civ:CTP happy with it)
 - Alan Cox: i2o sync-up
 - Andrea Arcangeli: revert broken x86 smp_call_function patch
 - me: handle VM write load more gracefully. Merge parts of -aa VM

 - Stephen Rothwell: APM idle time handling fixes, docbook update, cleanup
 - Jeff Garzik: network driver updates
 - Greg KH: USB updates
 - Al Viro: UFS update, binfmt_misc rewrite.
 - Andreas Dilger: /dev/random fixes
 - David Miller: network/sparc updates

 - Greg KH: usbnet fix
 - Johannes Erdfelt: uhci.c bulk queueing fixes

 - Al Viro: mnt_list init
 - Jeff Garzik: network driver update (license tags, tulip driver)
 - David Miller: sparc, net updates
 - Ben Collins: firewire update
 - Gerd Knorr: btaudio/bttv update
 - Tim Hockin: MD cleanups
 - Greg KH, Petko Manolov: USB updates
 - Leonard Zubkoff: DAC960 driver update

 - Jens Axboe: clean up duplicate unused request list
 - Jeff Mahoney: reiserfs endianness finishing touches
 - Hugh Dickins: some further swapoff fixes and cleanups
 - prepare-for-Alan: move drivers/i2o into drivers/message/i2o
 - Leonard Zubkoff: 2TB disk device fixes
 - Paul Schroeder: mwave config enable
 - Urban Widmark: fix via-rhine double free..
 - Tom Rini: PPC fixes
 - NIIBE Yutaka: SuperH update

 - Alan Cox: more merging
 - Ben Fennema: UDF module license
 - Jeff Mahoney: reiserfs endian safeness
 - Chris Mason: reiserfs O_SYNC/fsync performance improvements
 - Jean Tourrilhes: wireless extension update
 - Joerg Reuter: AX.25 updates
 - David Miller: 64-bit DMA interfaces

 - Trond Myklebust: deadlock checking in lockd server
 - Tim Waugh: fix up parport wrong #define
 - Christoph Hellwig: i2c update, ext2 cleanup
 - Al Viro: fix partition handling sanity check.
 - Trond Myklebust: make NFS use SLAB_NOFS, and not play games with PF_MEMALLOC
 - Ben Fennema: UDF update
 - Alan Cox: continued merging
 - Chris Mason: get /proc buffer memory sizes right after buf-in-page-cache