Dear Debian Kernel Team,

The following possible problem(s) were detected in the package(s)
you maintain in Debian:

=== linux-2.6:
= This package has 4 bug(s) that should be fixed for the next Debian release:
- #417121
pcmciautils: Data Corruption while using Texas Instrument PCI7420 --CardBus
This is a Release-Critical bug!
- #429064
linux-libc-dev: conflicts with
This is a Release-Critical bug!
- #440445
linux-2.6 - dies after some time on t2000 since .22
This is a Release-Critical bug!
- #470872
erlang FTBFS on UltraSPARC III
This is a Release-Critical bug!
= This package has not been able to migrate from unstable
to testing for 118 days.
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