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SubjectRe: [PATCH] [0/9] Use 64bit x86 machine check code for 32bit too
> However it turns out the build warnings about 
> "mce_64.c:822: warning: passing argument 2 of ‘strict_strtoull’ makes
> integer from pointer without a cast"
> are justified. It looks like strict_strtoull has the last two arguments
> switched with respect to simple_strtoull. You get a NULL pointer
> dereference as soon as you write to one of the machinecheck sysfs
> control files.

Yes, shutting up checkpath's blatterings without full retesting was a
mistake. I fixed that in the last iteration I posted earlier.

-Andi

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