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Changelog for uml-patch-2.4.15-2.bz2

Release Date : Nov 26 2001

Released By : jdike

  • There is some support for SIGWINCH. If the main console is stdin/stdout and you resize that window, whatever is running in it will get a SIGWINCH. Other things, like other xterms and ptys, won't generate SIGWINCH for UML because they are not controlling terminals for it.
  • A couple of problems with rebooting were fixed. An overlap between errno and some code, causing that code to be corrupted, was fixed. The new channel stuff was accidentally closing stdin and stdout on shutdown, making the subsequent reboot rather interesting.
  • The error message from the TUN/TAP backend was fixed.
  • Fixed a crash caused by the gdb cleanup when gdb hadn't run.
  • The window IDs in xterms are now gone.
  • Ptys are now hung up properly. So, disconnecting from a console or serial line on a pty will no longer hang UML.
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