names and / stripping in 2.1.57
Sun, 28 Sep 1997 14:56:02 -0500 (CDT)

In 2.1.57 I can:
touch foo
ls foo/
(or otherwise ls "normal_file/") and get:
1 foo/
where older Linux kernels and other OS's correctly(?) gripe about "foo/"
not being a directory. AFAIK, no name ending in / should match with
any regular file...

There's also a bug in the NFSfs dcache invalidation, which Bill Hawes'
recent patches seem to fix. I'm not sure which of the three did it,
but they seem to work fine for me so far (for a few minutes and a check
for the bug I found, anyway) except a symbol wasn't exported (so NFS
didn't work as a module) and there's a lot of stuff chucked into the
log files...