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Date:   Wed, 25 Oct 2017 15:48:43 -0300
From:   Javier Romero <>
To:     Pavel Machek <>
Cc:     Kamil Konieczny <>,
        Ken Moffat <>,
Subject: Re: Contribution to Linux Kernel.

Hi Pavel,

Thank you for your answer.

I've a Raspberry PI 3 and read that this device use it's own fork of
the Linux Kernel.

But do you think it would be useful to test linux-next on this device?


2017-10-23 6:29 GMT-03:00 Pavel Machek <>:
> Hi!
>> Thank you very much for your time to answer.
>> Will create a VM and install all the enviroment needed to start testing.
>> Again, thanks for your suggestions!
> Using linux-next on some older (32-bit) machine for daily use would be
> very valuable. As most people went 64-bit these days, there are errors
> introduced there.
> I'm trying to do that on thinkpad x60, but more help would be welcome.
>                                                                         Pavel
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