Sync up with some small bits from latest 2.4pre, a few pending
items, and the initial merge of the CPU frequency scaling code.
This should also fix the problems that various people saw with
There's quite a bit in this diff since -dj3, despite the small
changelog. I want to make sure this stuff is ok before moving on
to the other interesting bits in the queue.
Patch against 2.5.20 vanilla is available from:
Check http://www.codemonkey.org.uk/Linux-2.5.html before reporting
known bugs that are also in mainline.
o Various bits from 2.4.19-pre10.
o unbreak sys_capset() (Me)
o Merge CPU frequency scaling. (Russell King,
| Handle with care, still experimental. Arjan van de Ven,
Padraig Brady, Me)
o Uptime >497 days wrap fixes. (Tim Schmielau)
o Remove some bogus whitespace diffs. (Thierry Vignaud, Me)
o Updated ALSA VIA driver. (Thierry Vignaud,
o Make multiple shared file leases more stable. (Stephen Rothwell)
o Fix compilation of bluetooth when compiled in. (Maksim Krasnyanskiy)
o Make i2c sysctls dependant upon CONFIG_SYSCTL (Albert Cranford)
o Add i2c proc entries to read smbus block data. (Albert Cranford)
o Fix quota format config.in entry. (Alex Riesen)
o IDE updates up to -84 (Martin Dalecki)
o Fix make tags to descend into $arch dirs. (Rusty Russell)
o Add missing __KERNEL__ guard to byteorder/generic.h (Dan Kegel)
o Merge selected bits of kbuild2.5 (Sam Ravnborg, Keith Owens)
- Dynamic symbol limit for tkparse.
- depmod & split-include warning fixes.
- Escape double quotes in config.in files.
- Add new test targets: allyes, allno, randconfig
o Make suspend to RAM work again. (Pavel Machek)
o Software suspend cleanups. (Pavel Machek)
o airo driver janitor work. (Martin Dalecki)
o Remove redundant Make rule. (Adam J. Richter)
o Add some missing printk levels to fatfs. (Andrey Panin)
o Fix oops on writing to floppy. (Jens Axboe)
o Fix compilation of kernel-api docbook. (Juan Quintela)
o Further floppy driver fixes. (Mikael Pettersson)
o Remove bogus casts in ide-cd (Peter Chubb)
o eicon driver was kfree'ing wrong skb. (Adar Dembo)
o Death of (f)suser() (Robert Love)
| And there was much rejoicing in kernel janitor land.
o postcore_initcall changes for PCI & sys_bus. (Patrick Mochel)
o Use page_to_pfn in BIO code. (Anton Blanchard)
o Fix framebuffer oops. (A Guy Called Tyketto)
o PCI device matching fixes. (Patrick Mochel,
o SIS 745 AGPGART support. (Carsten Rietzschel)
o 64bit fixes for swap ops. (Anton Blanchard)
o Add i8253 spinlocks where needed. (Vojtech Pavlik)
o Region handling cleanup for UMC 8672 IDE driver. (William Stinson)
o Region handling cleanup for hd.c (William Stinson)
o fcntl() POSIX correctness fix. (Andries Brouwer)
o Region handling cleanup for eexpress (William Stinson)
o PCI pool 64 bit warning fix. (Frank Davis)
o Trivial PCI quirk cleanup. (Ghozlane Toumi)
o Update URLs to Linux documentation project. (Gianni Tedesco)
o Plug scsi_scan memory leak. (Patrick Mansfield)
o Region handling cleanup for inia100. (William Stinson)
o Make daemonize() do reparent_to_init() for caller. (Rusty Russell)
| same done for hvc_console & cpqphp_ctlr (Me)
o copy_siginfo_to_user() cleanup. (Stephen Rothwell)
o Clean up capability locking. (Robert Love)
o Check dcache allocation success before using. (Dan Aloni)
o Drop some more bogus bits found whilst patch-splitting.
o emu10k1 compile fix. (Alistair Strachan)
o Framebuffer updates. (James Simmons)
o Drop some bogus kbuild bits. (Kai Germaschewski)
o Unobsolete egcs kernel builds. (Me)
| This can be worked around, and this is compiler
| of choice on sparc and other archs.
| Dave Jones. http://www.codemonkey.org.uk
| SuSE Labs
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