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From: a...@yggdrasil.com (Adam J. Richter)
Subject: Re: ibcs2 and kernel 2.1.x series ??
Date: 1998/04/15
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>> = BUSALLI Olivier
>  = Mike Jagdis
>> Ne1 had compiled ibcs2 for latest 2.1.x kernel ???? (2.1.92, 93 or 94) ???
>> 
>> If not i can start it !!!
>
>Adam @ Yggdrasil sent some patches a while back but I haven't
>merged them yet. The 2.1 kernel seems to be going through yet
>another phase of, ah, dubious stability :-(.

	You can get the diffs from
ftp://ftp.yggdrasil.com/pub/test/GroundZero/packages/current/source/tars/
ibcs-2.0-971113.diff.gz
or get the tarred modified sources from 
ftp://ftp.yggdrasil.com/pub/test/GroundZero/packages/current/source/tars/
ibcs-2.0-971113.tar.gz.

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From: m...@wittsend.com (Michael H. Warfield)
Subject: Re: ibcs2 and kernel 2.1.x series ??
Date: 1998/05/04
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Adam J. Richter enscribed thusly:

> >> = BUSALLI Olivier
> >  = Mike Jagdis
> >> Ne1 had compiled ibcs2 for latest 2.1.x kernel ???? (2.1.92, 93 or 94) ???

> >> If not i can start it !!!

> >Adam @ Yggdrasil sent some patches a while back but I haven't
> >merged them yet. The 2.1 kernel seems to be going through yet
> >another phase of, ah, dubious stability :-(.

> 	You can get the diffs from
> ftp://ftp.yggdrasil.com/pub/test/GroundZero/packages/current/source/tars/
> ibcs-2.0-971113.diff.gz
> or get the tarred modified sources from 
> ftp://ftp.yggdrasil.com/pub/test/GroundZero/packages/current/source/tars/
> ibcs-2.0-971113.tar.gz.

	What is the current state of this?  These file are no longer in
"current" but are in "old" instead.  I don't find a newer version anywhere
that tells me these have been integrated.  I'm currently slapping around
a 2.1.99 kernel on one workstation and 2.0.33 on several others.  Give up
on the 2.1.99 and just stick with 2.0.33?  I really would like to avoid that
if I can.

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From: m...@roan.co.uk (Mike Jagdis)
Subject: Re: ibcs2 and kernel 2.1.x series ??
Date: 1998/05/08
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On Mon, 4 May 1998, Michael H. Warfield wrote:

> 	What is the current state of this?  These file are no longer in
> "current" but are in "old" instead.  I don't find a newer version anywhere
> that tells me these have been integrated.  I'm currently slapping around
> a 2.1.99 kernel on one workstation and 2.0.33 on several others.  Give up
> on the 2.1.99 and just stick with 2.0.33?  I really would like to avoid that
> if I can.

They haven't been integrated yet. Actually I'm thinking of forking
the source tree into separate 2.0 and 2.[12] versions. Trying to
hide all the changes that have happened for 2.1 behind macros that
check kernel version and try and do the right thing is just too
messy.

  Basically this just means there will be a version for kernels
2.0.x and below (does anyone know if it stills works with a 1.0
kernel) and a version for 2.1.late and above.

  It's just a question of time :-(.

				Mike

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From: a...@yggdrasil.com (Adam J. Richter)
Subject: Re: ibcs2 and kernel 2.1.x series ??
Date: 1998/05/11
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ftp://ftp.yggdrasil.com/private/adam/ibcs-linux-2.1.seems-to-work.5.tar.gz

This should compile and run on 2.0.33 and 2.1.101, and, hopefully, most
other kernels as well.

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