AHCI still not working

Norman Feske norman.feske at ...1...
Fri May 29 16:11:59 CEST 2015

Hello Ben,

Christian's very useful references notwithstanding, let me also point
you to Section 5.5 "Git flow" of the "Genode Foundations" book [1]. The
Section describes our typical work flow while using Git.

[1] http://genode.org/documentation/genode-foundations-15-05.pdf


On 05/29/2015 08:54 AM, Christian Helmuth wrote:
> Hello Ben,
> On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 04:08:53PM +0000, Nobody III wrote:
>> As for working with git/Github, I'm still not very experienced. I've forked
>> Genode and added the lshw output as lshw.log, but I'm not sure where to go
>> from here. I've read some documentation, but I'm still a little confused. I
>> think I can figure things out, but I still have one question that I need an
>> answer to: Can I fork the Genode repository without having to re-download
>> Genode for my fork?
> First, I would recommend to read a good and pragmatic book about Git
> like https://progit.org/ This helps to get the fundamentals of the
> decentralized approach (repositories, clones, branches, working
> directories, topic branches) and also enough hands-on to get started.
> Further, you should make yourself familiar with the "Centralized
> repository with topic branches" work flow as we use it for Genode. See
> http://git-scm.com/docs/gitworkflows or
> http://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Distributed-Git-Distributed-Workflows.
> Please don't recoil from creating a scratch repo at GitHub to test
> what you learned.
> After that your questions above should be answered already. If not
> don't hesitate to join some public forum about Git and ask the experts
> there.
> Regards

Dr.-Ing. Norman Feske
Genode Labs

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