I noticed that all mail to intel-kgt from non subscribers is bounced
In my opinion, that's not a good idea: lists implementing a
subscriber-only policy should hold non subscriber mail, and have list
moderator review it and white-list non subscribers after manual review.
Yes, this involves some work if the list is very active,
but yours isn't so it should not be a big deal.
Alternatively, just allow non-subscriber posting, and see what happens.
I am subscribed to many open lists and spam isn't always a big deal
there. You will be able to re-enact stricter rules down the road if you
see that smap is a big problem for your list.
As it is, even though I'm subscribed, I can not send email to your list
and copy other mailing lists such as kvm, since when someone will reply,
his or her mail will be bounced.
This is not nice.
I’d like to use IKGT with debug mode,but no serial output based on the version 1.1.
I have done :
1、 build ikgt with “make debug=1”
2、 install ikgt with “make install debug=1”
it seems that something else should be configed.
I'd like to use IKGT in a UEFI environment, but we require access to the
UEFI runtime services and to boot via the Linux UEFI handover protocol.
My understanding is that this is made difficult by the Multiboot
specification only providing 32-bit support and not passing ImageHandle.
1) Other than these boot limitations, is there anything else in xmon
that assumes 32-bit?
2) I'm considering just implementing a replacement loader as an EFI
executable rather than worrying about the limitations of the multiboot
spec. Do you have any better ideas?
Matthew Garrett | mjg59(a)srcf.ucam.org