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    SubjectRe: [RESEND] benet: BladeEngine 10Gb NIC driver
    On Mon, Nov 03, 2008 at 03:42:28PM -0500, Jeff Garzik wrote:
    > Greg KH wrote:
    >> On Mon, Nov 03, 2008 at 02:52:07PM -0500, Jeff Garzik wrote:
    >>> Greg KH wrote:
    >>>> On Mon, Nov 03, 2008 at 04:25:12AM -0800, Subbu Seetharaman wrote:
    >>>>> If we could get more specific feedback about the areas that require
    >>>>> cleanup, we can take care of them quickly. Since the last posting, we
    >>>>> have brought up the driver in a PPC system
    >>>>> and fixed some endianness issues. As soon as I have some specific
    >>>>> feedback, we can update the driver with these fixes as well.
    >>>>> Please let me know as soon as the driver is in the staging area.
    >>>> Does someone have a pointer to the driver, so that we can see what is
    >>>> needed to be done?
    >>> It was in my email :) Repeating,
    >>> The 'benet' branch of
    >>> git://
    >>> It should be suitable for pulling directly into staging.
    >> Hm, call me extreemly stupid, but I don't see anything in that branch
    >> for this driver.
    >> Here's what I did:
    >> git fetch
    >> git:// benet
    >> master:jeff
    >> git checkout jeff
    >> Even looking around at this tree with 'gitk --all' I don't see anything.
    >> So what did I do wrong here?
    > Well, the commit has been there long enough to mirror out, and show up on
    > the web interface:
    > therefore I am guessing there is some git user error here... but I could
    > not say what, since I am unfamiliar with your style of git invocation.
    > I would recommend creating a new branch, or switching to an existing one,
    > and then pulling into it. Pulling from a branch always works in my
    > experience, and that's what I've been doing since git was first written.
    > URL=git://
    > git checkout -b tmp master
    > git pull $URL benet

    Ok, that worked just fine, sorry for the noise, I was trying to be
    "nice" and not use 'git pull' and use 'git fetch' like I thought I was
    supposed to be doing :)

    I can take it from here...

    greg k-h

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