:In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Matthew Dillon writes:
:> I intend to commit this to -current and immediately MFC it to -stable.
:> I don't expect there to be any controversy though I'm sure there is a
:> cleaner way to do it.
:I don't see anything justifying an immediate MFC in this patch. Please
:allow the normal waiting period to elapse before you MFC.
:Poul-Henning Kamp | UNIX since Zilog Zeus 3.20
It's such a simple patch, and it fixes problems that would otherwise
exist under 4.x's linux emulation, and it only effects the linux
emulation. And I've been running it for a while under 5.x already (as
I said). And I put it up for a review 2 weeks ago. And it makes no
major infrastructure changes to the core system.
Unless you can justify a reason for it NOT to be MFC'd immediately, I
see no reason to wait for this particular baby. That is, unless you
*like* linux applications that use scripts to start running FreeBSD
utilities even when you have all the appropriate linux packages
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