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roosemberth

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    RE: From Kernel 2.6 to 3.11
    Hi!, I'm working on an Embedded ARM Device, Current support is kernel 3.4, but 3.11 deployment has already started (anyway we needed it for developing opencl PVR Driver), On my board, I'm running Linaro Ubuntu 12.11, but In my application I'll be running Ubuntu Core 13.11. And I want to modify scheduler to assign task to different processors in a particular way (Kind of disabling L2 for a group) and in the other group run SELECTED Tasks.
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    Hi!, I'm working on an Embedded ARM Device, Current support is kernel 3.4, but 3.11 deployment has already started (anyway we needed it for developing opencl PVR Driver), On my board, I'm running Linaro Ubuntu 12.11, but In my application I'll be running Ubuntu Core 13.11. And I want to modify scheduler to assign task to different processors in a particular way (Kind of disabling L2 for a group) and in the other group run SELECTED Tasks.

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    From Kernel 2.6 to 3.11
    Hi!, Reciently, I started reading O'Reilly's Understanding the Linux Kernel (http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596005658.do), I'm by halft book and I would like to know how can I make the step from kernel 2.6 (Which the book writes about) to 3.12 or 3.11 (One of the lastest kernels). Best Regards! - Roosemberth Palacios
    Link to this post 29 Nov 13

    Hi!, Reciently, I started reading O'Reilly's Understanding the Linux Kernel (http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596005658.do), I'm by halft book and I would like to know how can I make the step from kernel 2.6 (Which the book writes about) to 3.12 or 3.11 (One of the lastest kernels).

    Best Regards!
    - Roosemberth Palacios

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