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start [2018-11-07 23:55]
shuah [Resources]
start [2019-09-05 00:11]
ShuahKhanLF [Resources]
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 Kselftest is run everyday on several Linux kernel trees on the 0-Day and Linaro Test Farm and other Linux kernel integration test rings. Kselftest is run everyday on several Linux kernel trees on the 0-Day and Linaro Test Farm and other Linux kernel integration test rings.
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 +Please find current status as of Linux 4.19 and progress made since 3.17 in [[https://​drive.google.com/​open?​id=15eSgzws88nuTf_wHyzI6SVCTrIZznWtG|Shuah'​s Kselftest Overview]].
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 +Please find Kselftest framework details and how to contribute to Kselftest sub-system and write new tests in [[https://​drive.google.com/​open?​id=1K_mrWL_pR-7wXjnuo1moSlj8Ewd8Fwq9|Shuah'​s Kselftest How to Guide]]
  
 ===== Resources ===== ===== Resources =====
-  * Shuah Khan maintains next anf fixes branches of the Kselftest git on kernel.org+  * Shuah Khan maintains next and fixes branches of the Kselftest git on kernel.org
     * <​code>​git://​git.kernel.org/​pub/​scm/​shuah/​linux-kselftest</​code>​     * <​code>​git://​git.kernel.org/​pub/​scm/​shuah/​linux-kselftest</​code>​
   * mailing list: linux-kselftest@vger.kernel.org   * mailing list: linux-kselftest@vger.kernel.org
     * lkml should be copied (as for other kernel sub-system work)     * lkml should be copied (as for other kernel sub-system work)
-  * [[https://​patchwork.kernel.org/​project/​linux-kselftest/​list/​|Patchwork - linux-kselftest]]+  * [[https://​patchwork.kernel.org/​project/​linux-kselftest/​list/​|Patchwork:linux-kselftest]] 
 +  * Join #linux-kselftest ​IRC Channel on [[https://​freenode.net/​|freenode]].This server recommends Nick registration. 
 +      * Server Name: irc.freenode.net/​6667 
 +       * You can register your Nick in the server tab with command: identify /msg NickServ identify <​password>​ 
 +       * You can configure your chat client to auto identify using NickServ(/​MSG MickServ+password) option - works on hexchat
  
  
start.txt · Last modified: 2019-09-25 23:50 by tbird20d