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Re: [vox-tech] submitting a kernel patch



On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 23:43:10 -0700
Ken Bloom <kabloom@ucdavis.edu> wrote:
> So I've got a really dead simple kernel patch that adds the device ID
> for my ATEN UC-110T USB ethernet dongle[1] to the pegasus driver, so
> that the driver will cause the adapter to work. To whom do I submit
> the patch? And how rigorously do I need to test it? I've already
> verified that I can ssh files across it and browse the web on it.
> 
> (Patch attached - it's really trivial)
> 
> --Ken Bloom
> 
> [1] So I can do ethernet with my new old laptop. Thanks Eirik!

The proper procedure seems to be to look in the MAINTAINERS file in the
root of the kernel sources to find the maintainer of the appropriate
driver, then email him.


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