Buried alive in patches: 6 months of picking up the pieces of the Linux 2.5 kernel

When development began on the 2.5 Linux kernel, I volunteered to forward port 2.4 fixes to 2.5, and keep them in sync ready for when Linus was ready to accept them. Additionally, I collected the small bits Linus frequently overlooked, and perhaps more importantly, tried to keep the 2.5-dj tree in a usable, bootable state even when 2.5 mainline wasn't.


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