[kernel] bug#99: marked as done (missing nfsservctl and quotactl syscall wrappers)

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We are missing 32-->64 bit syscall wrappers for nfsservctl and quotactl.
Both of these are used by the nfs-common package, with rpc.lockd calling

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Note you'll need to have nfs-common and nfs-kernel-server built against
libc containing a real implementation of syscall() not the infinite-loop