[debian] 2.6.28 kernel problems
fercerpav at gmail.com
Thu Jan 8 13:48:15 CET 2009
Fox Mulder <Quakeman1 at gmx.net> writes:
> Sorry if i'm annoying you, but now it worked. :)
No problem, i'm glad it worked :)
> After i read "build" how you mentioned i found the problem why no
> modules tar.gz were created. The build script needs a second
I think it needs a first parameter exactly as described on the wiki.
> Second problem was that i had to copy the .config into the dummy
> directory and not the linux-2.6 dir to be found.
I have no idea where that "dummy" directory came from :) I'm afraid
you're misinterpreting the build script. It seems to me that
instructions on wiki are correct.
> error messages. After it booted the sd-card was mounted what means that
> vfat should work. I had the same problem with the swap file a few weeks
> ago with an older andy kernel and i don't know what the problem is.
There was a test report from a user stating that his uSD is unstable
unless he lowers sd_clock. It might be a problem here, as well.
> Openmoko-panel-plugin doesn't start anymore with an error message
That's because you use an old unfixed version of o-p-p that tries to
read information about usb host power from /sys nodes that were
changed. I think you can fix it yourself with the help of
and suggest to o-p-p developers to be compatible with andy-tracking.
> And the greatest problem i
> had was wlan. I could access the eth0 device and it shows all available
> wlan stations but i can't use my wpa2 protected wlan with wpa_supplicant
> anymore. Iwconfig showed that i should be connected to my wlan but i
> can't get an ip with dhcp anymore like with my old 2.6.24 kernel. The
> dhcp client always tries and after 6-7 dhcpdiscover it exits with "no
> dhcp server available".
That clearly looks as a regression. I think you should write in
details what problems with wlan you experience along with
wpa_supplicant debug output and relevant dmesg to the kernel mailing
list, where it would (hopefully) be investigated. For me wlan with wpa
(not wpa2) works just fine.
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