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Thread: cloop support for kernel 2.6

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    cloop support for kernel 2.6

    Hi,

    I would like to compile cloop for Linux-2.6. I made a test with cloop-1.02 for kernel 2.6.0-test5. There was many compilation errors: header files were missing. I used gcc-3.2 with a recent linux system.

    Is there a port of cloop for linux-2.6 ?

    Thanks advance.

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    If you find out...let us all know

    I've been chasing this same thing for several days now. I managed to get a workable 2.6.0- kernel compiled; I can run it from a HD-based install. (This from a previous Knoppix HD install, with 2.6.0 kernel sources applied).

    The same compiler errors are present when I attempt to make cloop.o. I'm using the 2.0 version of cloop-src/utils but have tried it with previous versions as well.

    Looking at the entire picture, it seems that a number of changes have been made to blkdev.h in the 2.6.0 kernels...and that may be part of the problem.

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    gcloop
    Luca Barbato porting cloop ideas from the 2.4 kernel to 2.6
    http://lkml.org/lkml/2003/9/10/203
    ::What is that stuff::
    Those are hacks to the knopper cloop.
    He is using zlib that give you a good compression ratio and an average good speed, I use ucl and lzo to get better speed.

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