OK, I give up!! The wiki page that Hollis created (url below) displayed for me, when I first looked, with blank lines between the paragraphs, as normally expected. I then edited it, as Hollis suggested, and added a paragraph. I used both text and GUI editing modes. While in edit mode, the paragraphs display with blank lines between them, as usual. But since the first time I saved my changes, the blank lines separating paragraphs are removed when displaying in non-edit mode. The editing help is of no help, since it says: to separate paragraphs, use one or more blank lines. Even when I add extra blank lines in edit mode, those lines are deleted in the non-edit mode display. So wiki is a typical (bad) computer system. It requires some non-obvious secret, known only to the initiated, to get simple expected behaviour. Who will help me through this important initiation to become, at least, a wiki apprentice, since I do not aspire to wiki guru-ship?
And yes, I will use suffix .diff with future patches and I will replace those on this wiki page when there are significant changes to them.
Thanks for future help, Mark
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on 08/08/2006 07:14:31 PM:
> Hi Mark, I've put up a brief description at
> http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/XenPPC/NoHV ; feel free to edit and
> expand if you like.
> Also, in the future please name patches (i.e. xen-nohv and linux-prlp)
> with a .diff extension. That makes them much easier to read in email
> clients and list archives; right now they're treated as binary files.
> (In fact I didn't realize until recently that those were actually diffs;
> I thought you were sending out compiled executables.)
> On Tue, 2006-08-08 at 18:38 -0400, Mark F Mergen wrote:
> > As requested.
> > ----- Forwarded by Mark F Mergen/Watson/IBM on 08/08/2006 06:05 PM
> > -----
> > Mark F Mergen/Watson/IBM
> > 08/08/2006 04:45 AM
> > To
> > email@example.com
> > cc
> > Subject
> > latest noHV
> > patches
> > Patches for noHV are up-to-date and tested with trees from the
> > repository as of the date and time of this posting. I can send them
> > to anyone interested, but probably the only people who have interest
> > also have access to my tress and can get the patches there.
> > The Xen patch is in /a/kix/homes/kix/mergen/xen/xen-nohv/xen-nohv.
> > The Linux patch is
> > in /a/kix/homes/kix/mergen/xen/linux/linux-2.6.prlp/linux-prlp. For
> > Xen you also need the two new files nohv.c and nohv.h which are
> > in /a/kix/homes/kix/mergen. They need to be placed in your tree in
> > your analogue of xen/xen-nohv/xen/arch/powerpc/powerpc64/nohv.c and
> > xen/xen-nohv/xen/include/asm-powerpc/nohv.h.
> > Mark Mergen
> > _______________________________________________
> > Xen-ppc-devel mailing list
> > Xenfirstname.lastname@example.org
> > http://lists.xensource.com/xen-ppc-devel
> Hollis Blanchard
> IBM Linux Technology Center
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