In article <3986769C.47A7E2ED@isn.net>, Garst R. Reese <email@example.com> wrote:
>Andre Hedrick wrote:
>> You doing modules with an initrd or something?
>vfat is module. No initrd. ext2 is obviously not a module.
There's a bug in kmod.c in test6-pre1 that I didn't notice because I
don't have it compiled in by default (now fixed - kmod is needed for
The fix is along the lines of changing
current->user = INIT_USER;
to match the new semantics of "struct user_struct".
(The new "struct user_struct" allows for proper tracking of per-user
resources, not just how many processes a user has, and that requried
some changes in how it works).
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