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Date:      Mon, 30 Dec 2002 11:12:13 +1100
From:      Rob B <>
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Subject:   Re: 4.7-STABLE kernel build failure with current CVS, any ideas?
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At 02:14 30/12/2002, Howard Leadmon sent this up the stick:
>   When I ran a cvsup on my Alpha of the current 4.7 code, all went well 
> till I
>tried to build a new kernel.  At that point it failed, and it seems like it's
>in the new crypto stuff that came down.
>I glanced back at the list, and didn't see any chatter about this, so was
>wondering if anyone has any idea how to fix this issue?  All of my x86 based
>machines built and updated fine, so something specific to the Alpha.

I'm glad someone else is getting this issue (mine is on a Miata) ... I've 
had it for the last couple of days, but not the time to post it to the list.


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