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@@ -86,6 +86,8 @@ taken the time to fix it yet, but it shouldn't be very hard. The code begins
at `hurd/pfinet/ethernet.c`, `ethernet_open()`, the `device_open` call, which
produces `edev->ether_port`. Basically, one needs to catch errors like EIEIO
when using it, and in that case re-open the device.
+See also the notes on [[hurd/translator/pfinet/implementation]], *Bugs*, *IRC,
+freenode, #hurd, 2013-09-03*.
* Add a futex kernel trap to GNU Mach. This can be useful for nicer locking
primitives, including inter-process primitives. `vm_allocate` can be used as an
example in the `gnumach` source tree for how to add a kernel trap. [[!GNU_Savannah_task 6231]]
@@ -106,6 +108,7 @@ part:1:file:/home/samy/tmp/foo`). This would be libnetfs-based.
[[GSoC proposal|community/gsoc/project_ideas/valgrind ]] about this, but the
basic port could be small.
* Use libz and libbz2 in exec. See `hurd/exec/unzip.c` etc., they should be replaced by mere calls to libraries, [[!GNU_Savannah_task 6990]]
+See also the discussions on [[open_issues/exec]].
* Add `/proc/$pid/maps`. `vminfo` already has this kind of information, it's a matter of making procfs do the same. [[!GNU_Savannah_bug 32770]]