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July patches and releases

By Chris Williams. Published: 31st Jul 2003, 23:14:04 | Permalink | Printable

2.4.21 related

Linux 2.4.21-rmk1 released [details]
Various updates for Acorn compatible hardware but mostly for other things.

Others
Patch for TI OMAP processor (ARM9 core based), XScale PXA250 patch and more XScale focused patches.

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The king is dead, long live Russell King

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