Lack of structured information

Andy Green andy at
Wed Feb 25 01:58:01 CET 2009

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Somebody in the thread at some point said:

| Your points are good and you have defined a good area to pay atention
| sysfs ,but you have to consider that .28 kernels are not being adopted
| by any official Openmoko release yet, but start working on a wiki
| draft of 2.6.28 sysfs is a pretty good idea.

For 2.6.24 kernels I started this page and it has been added to by others:

so there's a good deal of "structured information" there specific to
sysfs.  You can find it by just searching "sysfs" in the Wiki.

Stuff changed along with suspend - resume fixed and driver rewrites in
the last couple of kernel versions.  I posted a mapping for 2.6.28 here

Some of these are changing slightly as we go on.  So we will update the
sysfs wiki page with the new ones soon.

But, you shouldn't take that there is no documentation about sysfs, all
the important guys are on that page.

- -Andy
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