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SubjectRe: Simple patches for Linux as a guest OS in a plex86 VM (please consider)
Kevin Lawton <kevinlawton2001@yahoo.com> wrote:
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> --- Kai Germaschewski <kai@tp1.ruhr-uni-bochum.de> wrote:
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> > Three minor points:
>
> OK, done. Here's my #3 submission.

Kinda cruel making you do all this work when Linus is unlikely to take the
patch anyway ;)

Thanks for the explanation - all is much clearer - it looks like very cool
technology.

- <asm/if.h> doesn't mean much to me. Network interface, if anything. How
about <asm/asm-macros.h> ?

- It's quite conceivable that the infrastructure will be used for other
forms of asm-mangling. Those "Q2" things hurt like hell. Is there no
other way?

- application/octet-stream!


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