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Old 12-23-03, 01:37 PM   #25
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@bwkaz: Yes, the patches were updated yesterday to address this problem (and 2.4.23 incompatibility).
I see that now. Thanks again!

Might it be worth adding some sort of "patchlevel" to those patches, in case something like this is required in the future? Make the initial version be "patchlevel 0", and any fixes would increment the patchlevel. Or something like that.

Whatever. Just an idea.
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Old 12-23-03, 02:11 PM   #26
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@Papol: I hadn't seen that, thanks for the heads-up!

@bwkaz: I should've used some sort of versioning mechanism and kept a changelog; as it is, I think it would confuse a lot of users if I added either now. ;)
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Default KT266A, vanilla 2.4.22 & 2.4.23, gcc 3.2.2

Yope, got the oops and horribilus horribili speed issues on vanilla 2.4.22, 2.4.23(X does not even load using NVAgp). Haven't tried the 2.6 patch... back to 4496 till official release fixing the issue...
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@bwkaz: I should've used some sort of versioning mechanism and kept a changelog; as it is, I think it would confuse a lot of users if I added either now.
Naw, it's never too late to do it IMO.
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