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Re: teles karte (kernel 2.2)
- From: sebastian.krueger@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Sebastian Krueger)
- Date: Fri Apr 03 21:52:21 1998
- Message-id: <35255A15.CD4A9007@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Oliver Radfelder wrote:
Ich denke gerade mal wieder ueber das teles isdnförderangebot
nach. Weiss jemand, was man da bekommt (16.3c). Und anbei noch die
Frage ob jemand schon Erfahrung mit dem treiber von suses ftp-server
hat. Ist der schon zu empfehlen (zZt suse 5.1).
Zum Thema Teles16.3c u.a. :
Linux 2.1.92 patch - patch-2.1.92.gz (1-Apr-98 17:47)
Note: I'm happy to say that this kernel eliminates the 'swap thrash'
problem that the previous kernels (2.1.89-2.1.91) seemed to
suffer from. You'll probably need this patch to use modules and prevent
your console from being flooded with 'raising capabilities
for ' messages whenever a program is executed. I don't promise it'll work
for you, but it does for me.
X.25 PLP on top of ISDN support added.
isdnloop 'virtual isdn card' support added.
ISDN HiSax Support for Teles 16.3c added.
ISDN HiSax Support for Eicon.Diehl Diva cards added.
ISDN HiSax Support for ASUSCOM cards added.
ISDN HiSax Support for TELEINT cards added.
ISDN HiSax Support for Sedlbauer speed card/win-star added.
ISDN HiSax Support for USR Sportster internal TA added.
ISDN HiSax Support for ITH MIC card added.
ISDN HiSax Support for NETjet card added.
ISDN HiSax Support for Niccy PnP/PCI card added.
ISDN HiSax Support for Am7930 added. (EXPERIMENTAL)
ISDN Support for german tarifinfo added.
ISDN Support for australian Microlink service (not for std. EURO)
ISDN IBM Active 2000 card support added. (EXPERIMENTAL)
Serial console updates.
Alpha SMP support added.
Alpha architecture updates.
i386 updates of 'mov','push','pop' to 32bit equivalents.
IDE CD-ROM driver bugfix in CDROM_SELECT_SPEED so write speed is only
set for CD-R and CD-RW drives.
IDE driver bugfixes to allow it to compile without /proc support.
IDE driver updates.
network block device minor update.
lineprinter driver updates.
PC keyboard driver updates.
parport driver updates.
de4x5 net card driver updates.
PPP driver updates.
SMC Ultra ethernetSMC Ultra net card driver updates.
BusLogic SCSI driver updates.
NCR5380 SCSI driver updates.
ncr53c8xx SCSI driver updates.
qlogicisp SCSI driver updates.
Some sort of new 'capabilities' security system added. I'm unsure
exactly what it does/how it works.
Buffer code updates.
Minor dcache updates.
Minor ext2fs update.
NCPFS filesystem driver updates.
/proc filesystem updates.
exit code updates.
fork code minor updates.
memory management system minor updates.
NET3 Bridge code updates.
Net code updates.
Configure script updates.
Ok, there's a fairly large patch out there, but as of 2.1.92 I think
we have a real
feature-freeze, and we'll try to get a real code-freeze going soon.
There are known problems with
the sound drivers etc, which is why a code-freeze isn't the best
suggestion right now, and there
are probably still bugs with some of the new code, but I'll freeze
new features for the upcoming
Yes, some people will scream bloody murder, but others will be
relieved that it finally happened.
Thanks especially to David Miller who has been doing a great job of
getting the TCP stack from its
problems just a few weeks ago to really shining new heights. That was
my main worry about 2.2 not
all that long ago, and was the main reason for having such a slushy
period for a while.
alpha update (yes, SMP finally works, although not really stable
"getcwd()" system call (not very long, the dcache makes this so
trivial it is scary)
the mm responsiveness updates (they were in 2.1.92-pre2, people
seemed to have found them
some other (mainly driver updates)
Please do test it all out. Feature-freeze doesn't mean that it is
supposed to be bug-free yet, but
it does mean that we should be moving into bugfixing mode in quick
And no, this is not an April 1 thing. But this way I can use April 1
as an excuse if something
doesn't actually compile.
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