[testing] WSOD gone
Andreas "Cyberfrag" Fischer
cyberfrag at gmx.net
Sun Dec 7 10:53:37 CET 2008
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Am 07.12.2008 10:05, ivvmm schrieb:
> Andreas "Cyberfrag" Fischer wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Wohoo, after today's kernel upgrade the infamous WSOD seems to be gone
>> for me. I rebooted the phone and am now running for several hours
>> without encoutering WSOD. The phone seems to reliably wake up from
>> suspend at incoming calls (tested only once, though) and performs quite
>> fine after manual resume. I didn't test incoming SMS, yet.
>> Anyway - good job guys. Now I only need a fix for the annoying echo to
>> have a (in my point of view) fully functional phone.
> You said you updated with opkg update && opkg upgrade
> But is kernel being upgraded if you are updating this way? I just wonder.
Yes, the kernel was definitely updated from one git revision to another
(same major/minor number though). There was a section during the upgrade
where the kernel was explicitely written to its flash partition
(messages about "XYZ bytes written" - or somewhat like that - flushed by).
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