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See ChangeLog Below
-make sure people dont try and patch the generated file
-use POSIX redirection as pointed out by Will Newton
-A fix for bug #29491. Made more robust for use with the use of initgroups
-Fix for Bug no. [ 1671695 ] "Check return codes everywhere" as pointed out by "Markus Elfring"
-Helge Deller writes: use TST_SIZE rather than sizeof(palfa) as sizeof() evaluates to 27 (+1 for the NUL byte)
-A fix for Bug #31162. Passes the correct address location to the mincore call.
-remove silly reliance on -DLINUX
Makefile, data_space.c, stack_space.c
-Changes for Jan and Feb
sysfs01.c, sysfs02.c, sysfs03.c, sysfs04.c, sysfs05.c, sysfs06.c
-Riaz Rahaman writes: make sure the call to malloc() worked
-Fix for Bug No. 1427780 (link07 fails) as pointed out correctly by 'Patrick Wyzorski'
-A fix for Bug 29304. The test has been adjusted to handle PPC. Also in file07 a change was made to check for "tar archive" instead of "GNU tar archive" because sometimes a "POSIX tar archive" is created.
-Helge Deller writes: rename parisc to hppa and add tee/vmsplice/splice syscall numbers
hppa.in, linux_syscall_numbers.h, order, parisc.in
-A patch by Ricardo Salveti De Araujo that corrects the problem of a dhcpd test failsing when the eth0 device is not used
-overhaul test case completely and make sure we reset errno as pointed out by Riaz Rahaman
-Removing the size of negative 1 test. This fixes bug # 28825
-A patch submitted by Raghuveer Raghavendra to fix the problem of a Child process is waiting for the SIGTERM signal.
-Henry Yei writes: Adds malloc check and frees memory during cleanup
-cleanup tests, revert nanosleep() workaround for broken kernels, and fix time comparison as pointed out by Helge Deller
-fixup /proc/sys/kernel/sem so it works properly as pointed out by Henry Yei
-Carmelo AMOROSO writes: &bad_addr is passed to sysfs when in reality we want to pass bad_addr
-Helge Deller writes: add support for hppa
Makefile, shmt02.c, shmt04.c, shmt05.c, shmt06.c, shmt07.c, shmt09.c
-Helge Deller writes: use __builtin_return_address(0) rather than "main" to avoid arch-specific details
shmt02.c, shmt03.c, shmt04.c, shmt05.c, shmt06.c, shmt07.c, shmt08.c, shmt09.c, shmt10.c, semop01.c