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Re: valid kernel patch? using -e to catch errors?

From: L A Walsh
Subject: Re: valid kernel patch? using -e to catch errors?
Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2019 00:55:26 -0700
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On 2019/07/29 22:49, kre@munnari.OZ.AU wrote:
>   | I didn't see this come back from the list and it was sent
>   | 45 minutes ago (vs. other emails of mine that have come
>   | back in under a minute).
>   | Did anyone else see it?
> Yes.   The original appeared (before this repeat).   Avoid
> being impatient, all kinds of things can delay e-mail (a once
> an hour retry is not uncommon - so 45 mins is certainly not
> long enough to wait before becoming concerned - allow at least
> a day).
    Atypical behavior is cause for concern.  The list received the posting,
but FYI, I still haven't received either post.
>   | FWIW, the below is from the publicly posted change notes
>   | for the 5.2.3 patch.
> I have no idea what patch you're talking about, as it has
> nothing to do with any system I run. 
Then why not ignore it?  Why respond to it?  You've given it more response
feedback than anyone.  It's from the kernel patch notes and is
from a patch that went into the linux kernel.

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