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Original-Date: 	Mon, 26 Nov 2001 10:30:08 -0200 (BRST)
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Subject: Linux 2.4.16 
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Hi, 

Due to the corruption problems on 2.4.15, I'm releasing 2.4.16.


Changelog: 

final:

- Fix 8139too oops				(Philipp Matthias Hahn)

pre1:
- Correctly sync inodes in iput()                          (Alexander Viro)
- Make pagecache readahead size tunable via /proc          (was in -ac tree)
- Fix PPC kernel compilation problems                      (Paul Mackerras)


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