Help learning from my mistakes

Nicholas Krause xerofoify at
Sun Apr 5 15:30:28 EDT 2015

On April 5, 2015 3:26:09 PM EDT, Kristof Provost <kristof at> wrote:
>On 2015-04-05 15:15:12 (-0400), Nicholas Krause <xerofoify at>
>>  The only difference I can tell is the kernel version.  I was
>>  wondering however if anyone who has more experience in the kernel
>>  give me tips on how to address my benchmarking. 
>Nick, as you've been told again and again: *you* need to do the work.
>one is going to divide up the work in bite-sized chunks for you.
>You have to do research, you have to think about what the logical next
>step is, you have to actually *work* at this.
>You keep asking what you can do to improve your reputation or get
>unbanned from the kernel mailing list. It's actually simple enough: Do
>the work, then show us that you've done it. Next time you ask a
>explain what you've tried and researched to answer your own question.
>When people ask you questions, *answer* *all* of them.
>You've essentially ignored all of the questions gave you (hint: those
>are not just questions, they are parts of the work you have to
I am starting to understand.  I am busy today but willing to  start looking into this tomorrow. 

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