When will kernel 2.6.24 be replaced by andy 2.6.28 kernel for better suspend/resume?
Quakeman1 at gmx.net
Tue Jan 6 14:31:50 CET 2009
Paul Fertser wrote:
> Fox Mulder <Quakeman1 at gmx.net> writes:
>> Paul Fertser wrote:
>>> Sander van Grieken <sander at 3v8.net> writes:
>>>>> So the question is, when will the default kernel be replaced by the new
>>>>> 2.6.28 andy kernel so that userspace tools could be adapted to it?
>>>> That would be my question as well.
>>>> I only care for userspace to be adapted to test the suspend/resume
>>>> functionality (on FSO, only frameworkd?).
>>> frameworkd newer than 31 Dec should properly support both kernels. I'm
>>> afraid it's not included in any images yet (please correct me if i am wrong).
>> Latest fso-frameworkd in debian is 0.8.4.3-20081215-1 which is older
>> than 31 dec i would guess.
>> I hope a new version comes very soon so i can try to change from 2.6.24
>> to the new 2.6.28 kernel. :)
> Actually, you can try to change from 2.6.24 after applying an ad-hoc
> patch from http://trac.freesmartphone.org/ticket/293 even on old
> version that's provided by Debian (that's exactly what i did a month ago).
I downloaded the fso-frameworkd source, copied the patch into it and
applied it without any problems. Now do i install the fso-frameworkd
with "./setup.py install" ?
But i have the problem that on  only the 2.6.28 kernel but no modules
are online. Where do i get the corresponsing modules for this kernel?
Last time i checked there was an older kernel with a modules package but
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