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ePAPR states that any non-boot CPU will come in "disabled" state. So we should

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ePAPR states that any non-boot CPU will come in "disabled" state. So we should
not consider a "disabled" cpu as a CPU we have to ignore, and we should use
them if they provide a "enable-method".
While I'm there, support "ok" as well as "okay", while ePAPR only accepts
"okay", linux accepts "ok" too so we can expect it to be used.

Reviewed by: andrew (partially)

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Committed
cognetApr 20 2017, 1:56 PM
Reviewer
andrew
Parents
rS317190: Attempt to determine the modes in which 8-bit wide characters are actually
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