modern-xiafs updated to work with the 3.12.1 Linux kernel

The modern-xiafs module, a delightfully useless thing that allows modern Linux kernels to mount and use the ancient xiafs filesystem, has been updated to work with Linux 3.12.1. This was the smallest update yet (one function in inlude/linux/mm.h had been changed). Nothing else of note is in this update, and previous warnings not to use it in production (which would be pretty stupid, seeing as it has those max 2GB volume/64MB file size limitations) and that it could conceivably set your computer on fire or run off with your cookware/checkbook/long term companion remain in effect.

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