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diff --git a/Documentation/m68k/kernel-options.txt b/Documentation/m68k/kernel-options.txt
index e191baad830..d5d3f064f55 100644
--- a/Documentation/m68k/kernel-options.txt
+++ b/Documentation/m68k/kernel-options.txt
@@ -626,7 +626,7 @@ ignored (others aren't affected).
can be performed in optimal order. Not all SCSI devices support
tagged queuing (:-().
-4.6 switches=
+4.5 switches=
Syntax: switches=<list of switches>
@@ -661,28 +661,6 @@ correctly.
earlier initialization ("ov_"-less) takes precedence. But the
switching-off on reset still happens in this case.
-4.5) stram_swap=
-Syntax: stram_swap=<do_swap>[,<max_swap>]
- This option is available only if the kernel has been compiled with
-CONFIG_STRAM_SWAP enabled. Normally, the kernel then determines
-dynamically whether to actually use ST-RAM as swap space. (Currently,
-the fraction of ST-RAM must be less or equal 1/3 of total memory to
-enable this swapping.) You can override the kernel's decision by
-specifying this option. 1 for <do_swap> means always enable the swap,
-even if you have less alternate RAM. 0 stands for never swap to
-ST-RAM, even if it's small enough compared to the rest of memory.
- If ST-RAM swapping is enabled, the kernel usually uses all free
-ST-RAM as swap "device". If the kernel resides in ST-RAM, the region
-allocated by it is obviously never used for swapping :-) You can also
-limit this amount by specifying the second parameter, <max_swap>, if
-you want to use parts of ST-RAM as normal system memory. <max_swap> is
-in kBytes and the number should be a multiple of 4 (otherwise: rounded
5) Options for Amiga Only: