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From: (Daniel Drake )
To: Gentoo Kernel List <gentoo-kernel@l.g.o>
Subject: [gentoo-kernel] [ANNOUNCE] genpatches-2.6.26-4 release
Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2008 11:55:53
This is an automated email announcing the release of genpatches-2.6.26-4


Revision 1378: 
Fix clockevents-related resume regression, thanks to Olivier Crete in bug #245927 (dsd)
Added: 2905_clockevents-resume-regression.patch

Revision 1379: 
Disable high-resolution scheduler ticks to avoid performance regression, thanks to Kerin Millar in bug #247453 (dsd)
Added: 1800_sched-disable-hrtick.patch

Revision 1380: 
Fix libertas buffer overflow (dsd)
Added: 2400_libertas-scan-buffer-overflow.patch

Revision 1381: 
Fix hfs security issue with long catalog names (dsd)
Added: 1905_hfs-namelength-corruption.patch

Revision 1382: 
hfsplus security fixes (dsd)
Added: 1910_hfsplus-unchecked-page-mapping.patch
Added: 1915_hfsplus-buffer-overflow.patch

Revision 1383: 
update to Linux (dsd)
Added: 1006_linux-
Added: 1007_linux-

Revision 1384: 
libertas patch is included in (dsd)
Deleted: 2400_libertas-scan-buffer-overflow.patch

Revision 1385: 
2.6.26-4 release (dsd)


When the website updates, the complete patch list and split-out patches will be
available here:


genpatches is the patchset applied to some kernels available in Portage.

For more information, see the genpatches homepage:

For a simple example of how to use genpatches in your kernel ebuild, look at a
recent gentoo-sources-2.6.* ebuild.