The prerequisites for this tutorial is that you have already made some changes to your local kernel tree and that these changes have been committed.
In this tutorial, are described the steps to follow in order to create and send a patch series using git-send-email.
Initially, you need to determine which of your commits want to be sent, so do:
$ git log --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit
The output, in my case, looks like:
db868ad xhci: remove conversion from generic to pci device in xhci_mem.c c010f0c xhci: remove unnecessary check in xhci_free_stream_info() a166493 xhci: fix SCT_FOR_CTX(p) macro 56e4cd3 xhci: replace USB_MAXINTERFACES with config->desc.bNumInterface ...
Lets assume that I want to send the last 3 commits i.e db868ad, c010f0c and a166493. The first thing I need to do is to create patches for these commits and store them in a local directory e.g. ~/patches/
Patches that can be sent using git-send-email should have…
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