bk tree doesn't build because of cputable.h

Peter Cordes peter at llama.nslug.ns.ca
Sun Apr 15 11:56:06 EST 2001

 For some reason, the patch in
 was applied to the bk tree.  (I rsync'ed against it from
penguinppc.org/linux-2.4-bk yesterday, and again today.)  cputable.h doesn't
exist in that tree, so it breaks when I try to build the kernel.  Removing
the #include makes the kernel build succeed.  Somebody should fix this. :>

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