ppp support not in the kernel?
andy at openmoko.com
Wed Jul 30 13:59:00 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
|> We must stop bad modules being accepted by the kernel. If the
|> will use the git hash patch in EXTRAVERSION it will be good.
| the question i have is this: who is making the decisions about what
| goes into the kernel, modules-wise and built-in wise?
Largely me. But the packaging action is done elsewhere.
| the reason i have this question is that i very badly want to add more
| gadget_* style drivers to the openmoko base, so that we can for
| example use it as a storage device, or ethernet, or audio/midi device,
| or heck .. even as a gadget HID device .. so how do we go about
| arranging things with the 'kernel guy' whoever that is, to allow this
I read about it, I am sympathetic to it, give me some time to clear some
other critical problems.
I did wonder if anyone is mounting NFS over it and that is why it is a
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