[Skiboot] [PATCH] Use file operation used on x86 for ARCH_UNKNOWN

Frédéric Bonnard frediz at debian.org
Sat Aug 24 00:15:36 AEST 2019

Hi Oliver,

> Thanks for the patch. The change itself makes sense, but you'll need
> to add a Signed-off-by line and we generally attach a subsystem prefix
> to the patch title. "external/common: " would probably be appropriate
> here.

I should have done that, right. I'll resend this patch with that fixed.

> Just FYI I've had to manually approve the last few mails you've sent
> to the list. If you're doing to be doing more work on skiboot then you
> should subscribe to the list so your messages don't get put into the
> moderation queue. You can subscribe using the form here:

Well, I sporadically send some contributions to the skiboot project as
part of my Debian packaging work but I don't intend to read
all the development mails on skiboot@ so I subscribed but disabled
receiving mails if you don't mind.

> Also, the IBM email infrastructure is well known for mangling patches.
> It seems to have worked out ok in this case, but you might want to get
> a @linux.ibm.com address for community facing work. That's not
> required though, I don't really mind what provider people use as long
> as it sends patches correctly.

That's the case for my @debian.org address that forwards to
@linux.ibm.com. For some reason, I failed to set the correct From
address on that patch :-/

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