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regression in linux-source-2.6.32-6 ???

As it came out, as usual, I unpacked the new revision of the debian linux
kernel sources, copied over the .config file from the previous one, made a
make oldconfig and built a kernel image using make-kpkg.  Everything went
smoothly, as far as I can tell.  I then installed the new image it on my
laptop, and rebooted into it, to find out that _any_ 32 bit executable would
segfault! Even the ld-linux linker itself!

I reinstalled the old package, rebooted, and I had 32 bit compatibility

Does anybody know what the heck I did wrong? Or what changed between the -6
and the -7 version of linux-source-2.6.32 that might have caused this?

Thanks in advance


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