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Date:	Thu, 4 Sep 2008 07:44:24 -0400
From:	Paul Moore <>
Subject: Re: [RFC PATCH v4 00/14] Labeled networking patches for 2.6.28

On Wednesday 03 September 2008 10:05:59 am Paul Moore wrote:
> On Tuesday 02 September 2008 8:48:41 pm Paul Moore wrote:
> > Since I'm reasonable certain there are no really nasty regressions,
> > I've added sign-offs to all the patches now.  I expect there will
> > probably be another spin or two to take care of bugs yet to be
> > found and fix other various things that pop-up (maybe even the
> > Smack stuff if I can find the time) but the patches are in
> > reasonably good shape right now.  I also did a test merge/compile
> > with the September 2nd linux-next tree and there were no nasty
> > surprises so I'm also pushing these patches to my lblnet-2.6_next
> > tree which means you should see them in tomorrow's linux-next tree
> > if all goes well.
> Just an FYI, it looks like I may have missed the cut for the
> September 3rd linux-next tree.  The patches should be in there for
> tomorrow's tree.

... another quick update, I just verified that the patches are included 
in the September 4th linux-next tree so if you are feeling particularly 
adventurous you can try testing that tree as well (be warned, it will 
likely be much less stable than the lblnet-2.6_testing tree due to the 
high degree of flux).

paul moore
linux @ hp
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