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From: Jens Axboe <ax...@image.dk>
Subject: [PATCH]: CD-ROM fixes for 2.3.23-pre3
Date: 1999/10/19
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Hi all,

It seems that some of my CD-ROM stuff inadvertently got included
in 2.3.23-pre2/2. This is rather unfortunate because it was
definately not ready for "general consumption", partly
because some of it was targeted at providing writeable
support for CD-RW and not finished in any way. Here's an
update against 2.3.23-pre3 that attempts to recitify
the situation.

-- 
*  Jens Axboe <ax...@image.dk>
*  Linux CD-ROM Maintainer
*  http://www.kernel.dk

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