Linux 2.4.19-pre1 Released




- Add tape support to cciss driver                        (Stephen Cameron)
- Add Permedia3 fb driver                                (Romain Dolbeau)
- meye driver update                                        (Stelian Pop)
- opl3sa2 update                                        (Zwane Mwaikambo)
- JFFS2 update                                                (David Woodhouse)
- NBD deadlock fix                                        (Steven Whitehouse)
- Correct sys_shmdt() return value on failure                (Adam Bottchen)
- Apply the SET_PERSONALITY patch missing from 2.4.18         (me)
- Alpha update                                                (Jay Estabrook)
- SPARC64 update                                        (David S. Miller)
- Fix potential blk freelist corruption                        (Jens Axboe)
- Fix potential hpfs oops                                (Chris Mason)
- get_request() starvation fix                                (Andrew Morton)
- cramfs update                                                (Daniel Quinlan)
- Allow binfmt_elf as module                                (Paul Gortmaker)
- ymfpci Configure.help update                                (Pete Zaitcev)
- Backout one eepro100 change made in 2.4.18: it 
  was causing slowdowns on some cards                        (Jeff Garzik)
- Tridentfb compilation fix                                (Jani Monoses)
- Fix refcounting of directories on renames in tmpfs        (Christoph Rohland)
- Add Fujitsu notebook to broken APM implementation 
  blacklist                                                (Arjan Van de Ven)
- "do { ... } while(0)" cleanups on some fb drivers        (Geert Uytterhoeven)
- Fix natsemi's ETHTOOL_GLINK ioctl                        (Tim Hockin)
- Fix clik! drive detection code in ide-floppy                (Paul Bristow)
- Add additional support for the 82801 I/O controller        (Wim Van Sebroeck)
- Remove duplicates in pci_ids.h                        (Wim Van Sebroeck)

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