[cgl_discussion] Thanks for opening up sublists

Skip Ford skip.ford at verizon.net
Fri Nov 1 18:53:43 PST 2002

Thank you for allowing me to read the subgroup lists.  And now that I
have, I noticed that many of the projects I've been using to learn about
the kernel are tools needed for CGL.

So I've made a diff of my tree just in case anyone here is interesed.
Right now it's basically BK patches since 2.5.45 was released, LTT, and
Kprobes (user-space, debug registers, and watchpoints included.)

But I've also had KGDB and LKCD in my tree at various times.  KGDB isn't
in right now because I have Kprobes in.  KGDB should be rewritten to use
kprobes features.

LKCD isn't in because there's no version for 2.5.45 and I couldn't do
the merge from the 2.5.44 version.

I noticed that you're trying to decide whether to work on 2.4 or 2.5 so
if nobody uses my tree, that's ok.  You should probably let me know if
you _do_ use it so I know to keep the webpage updated.  Otherwise, I'll
just keep using my own tree like I have been and not publish it.

The webpage is http://members.verizon.net/~vze2j9fk
Current patch  http://members.verizon.net/~vze2j9fk/Linux-2.5.45-sk1.bz2
Changelog      http://members.verizon.net/~vze2j9fk/Linux-2.5.45-sk1.txt

As I learn more about all of your projects, I'll probably be adding more
of them.  If there are patches you'd like me to add let me know.

Hopefully at some point, I'll learn enough to actually be able
to _help_ you :)


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