Previously the destructors of classes derived from Source were not
called when destructing a Source because Source missed the declaration
of a virtual destructor. This caused at least problems when
reconstructing a Chargen_source with its Chargen_repeater that includes
a One_shot_timeout. In this case, the members of the Alarm behind the
timeout were not reset and the next time beeing used the Alarm appeared
to be still active which wasn't true.
Instead of changing the attributes (e.g., Xd bit) of the top-level page-tables,
set them to allow everything. Only leafs of the paging hierarchy are set
according to the paging attributes given by core. Otherwise, top-level page-
table attributes are changed during lifetime, which requires a TLB flush
operation (not intended in the semantic of the kernel/core).
This led to problems when using the non-executable features introduced by
issue #1723 in the recent past.
The dependency was added as a supposed work-around of a dysfunctional
fork when building bash as depot archive. However, it turned out that
the actual problem was related to the timestamps of 3rd-party source
file, which were discarded by the recipes/src/bash/content.mk.
Without this patch, usb_drv would issue a resource request when
assigning a USB device to a VM in the sculpt scenario.
Furthermore, the patch adjusts the intel_fb quota to enable it on
devices where the driver allocates the framebuffer in many 4K pieces.
Linux does not do that in register_netdev() either. Some drivers set the
carrier flags on attach and never reenable it (as seen with rndis_host).
Consequently, the usbnet driver refuses to receive data as it checks the
carrier state before enqueuing new SKBs to its receive queue.
Apart from rndis_host, this change was tested with an ax88179_178a
device which worked as expected.