Re: Question about the Reiser4 patch for kernel 2.6.38
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On 03/25/2012 12:10 AM, Sandro Souza wrote:
Hello my friends. : D
Firstly, sorry for my bad English (I'm just a brazilian newbie). Recently, I downloaded the 2.6.38 kernel sources, and I applied the Reiser4 patch for this kernel version (for Ubuntu 11.04 - Natty). But I saw that the file "page_cache.c" has the same change (Riffard's patch) showed in page http://linuxhelp.150m.com/jews/saboteurs.htm This left me worried. :(
This looks like very old complaints. Reiser4 has been adjusted to some VFS changes, which were really needed. It could happen that those changes caused some local problems, but all they have been fixed long time ago. I confirm that everything is OK in page_cache.c. BTW, as far as I remember, all patches of Laurent Riffard were extremely useful. Thanks, Edward.
May you (Reiser4 developers) tell me if I can compile and use the kernel this way? May you tell me if that page is showing "unwanted" changes in the Reiser4 source code? Thanks in advance.
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