Where to get recent kernel and modules for debian now?
Quakeman1 at gmx.net
Thu Sep 11 17:40:27 CEST 2008
After the suspend problem with the OM kernels i installed the FSO kernel
from http://shr.bearstech.com/fso-unstable/images/neo1973/ and the
modules in the approriate FSO-image tar.gz file.
After rebooting the kernel run without problems and suspend works again.
So there must be some difference between the OM and the FSO kernels
about power management.
The bad thing is, that fso still compiles most modules hard into the
kernel and therefore no usb gadget modules are available. And FSO do not
compile new kernels as often as OM does with the latest bugfixes.
The fact that except for the suspend problem the OM kernels work fine
with debian let me hope that sometimes the OM kernels run with suspend
on debian or FSO changes their policy and uses external modules. :)
PS: I updated the Openmoko wiki page with this information for debian
Fox Mulder wrote:
> In which mailing list or forum could i reach fso developer to ask them
> about this problem?
> I searched on www.freesmartphone.org and only found the list on
> Is this the right list or is there a more apropriate list for this kind
> of questions for fso?
> arne anka wrote:
>> one should probably ask on the fso-list what's the differen'ce between om
>> and fso kernels is -- the subject seems not to be appealing to the fso
>> guys reading this list ...
>> Openmoko community mailing list
>> community at lists.openmoko.org
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