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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/3] param: Adapt MN10300 to the new parameter handling regime
On Friday 05 December 2008 23:25:22 Rusty Russell wrote:
> On Friday 05 December 2008 22:28:16 David Howells wrote:
> > With that, the core_param stuff does work for mem=...
> > It should, perhaps,
> > appear in /proc/cmdline, but for some reason it does not.
> Hmm, that's more concering. I'll dig into this in the morning.

OK, I can't reproduce it. I was thinking some weird corner case
with not restoring the string in parse_args, but putting in a dummy
"mem" core_param() on x86 works as first, middle and last arg on cmdline,
and command line shows up correctly in /proc/cmdline.

Any chance I can ask you to verify that? Is the commandline printk'd
on boot also wrong?


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