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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/5] msm: Secure Channel Manager (SCM) support
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On Sun, 05 Dec 2010 23:16:14 PST, Jeff Ohlstein said:

> SCM is the protocol used to communicate between the secure and
> non-secure code executing on the applications processor.

Does the presence of SCM hardware imply SMP? From reading this, it's unclear
why the dependence on SMP - it looks like scm.c is something that hardware that
has one ARM processor and a 'secure processor' would still want. Or is the
'secure processor' just another (arbitrarily labeled) ARM CPU participating
as a full SMP processor?

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