Bugs sitting in the RESOLVED state for more than 2 weeks

Stacy Woods (stacyw@us.ibm.com)
Thu, 06 Mar 2003 14:24:35 -0500

These bugs have been sitting in RESOLVED state for more than 2 weeks, ie
they have fixes, but aren't back in the mainline tree (when they
should move to CLOSED state). If the fixes are back in mainline
already, could the owner close them out? Otherwise, perhaps we
can get those fixes back in?

The Bugzilla interface has been changed so that bugs can now go from the NEW
or ASSIGNED state directly to the CLOSED state.

Kernel Bug Tracker: http://bugme.osdl.org

9 Drivers USB dbrownell@users.sourceforge.net
EHCI not properly shut down on reboot, kills usb keyboard in bios/bootloader

13 Platform UML jdike@karaya.com
user-mode-linux (ARCH=um) compile broken in 2.5.47

22 File Sys Other alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk
/lib/modules/2.5.47-ac3-rous1/kernel/fs/ntfs/ntfs.o: unresolved symbol

24 File Sys NFS khoa@us.ibm.com
statfs returns incorrect number fo blocks

47 Alternat ac khoa@us.ibm.com
nfs broken in UP? unresolved symbol page_states__per_cpu

85 Drivers Network jgarzik@pobox.com
ham radio stuff still using cli etc

206 Drivers Console/ jsimmons@infradead.org
broken colors on framebuffer console

230 Other Configur zippel@linux-m68k.org
diffsrv URL changed

242 Drivers SCSI hannal@us.ibm.com
buffer out of bounds in aha1542.c from Andy Chou <acc@cs.stanford.edu>

245 Drivers SCSI hannal@us.ibm.com
Possible out of bound error in sym53c416.c from Andy Chou

364 Other Other mbligh@aracnet.com
oops in render_sigset_t with 2.5.61 running SDET

366 Drivers IEEE1394 bcollins@debian.org
ieee1394 fails to compile linux/drivers/ieee1394/dma.c

367 Platform Alpha rth@twiddle.net
modules fail to resolve illegal Unhandled relocation of type 10 for .text

372 Platform UML jdike@karaya.com
uml doesn't not compile

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