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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/3] powerpc/powernv: Correctly detect optional OPAL calls
Vasant Hegde <> writes:
> On 02/18/2015 05:33 AM, Stewart Smith wrote:
>> This series fixes three possible warnings that OPAL firmware would emit
>> when booting on hardware/simulator that didn't support certain functionality.
>> The correct thing for Linux to do is to detect firmware capability
>> by using the OPAL_CHECK_TOKEN call or examining device tree. In the case
>> of these three warnings, it was OPAL_CHECK_TOKEN.
> Stewart,
> Sorry.. I couldn't makeout any difference between this patchset and earlier
> patchset which I had Acked except the update in cover page... (sub: Silence
> "OPAL called with invalid token" errors ).
> Did I miss anything ?

You missed that I forgot I'd sent the patchset. :)

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