Freerunner is running OpenWrt!
andy at openmoko.com
Sat Jan 31 18:10:08 CET 2009
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Currently we have two patchsets - one generic OpenWrt-patchset for
| 2.6.28-kernels (located here:
| some little s3c46xx-related patches
| (just minor changes)) and the big Openmoko-"diff-blob" between
| andy-tracking and the vanilla branch. Some patches of both sets apply
| on the same source or functionality - that's why we fixed
| andy-tracking at some point and solved the conflicting parts manually
| to get both sets applied on the vanilla source.
Generally I think it works better to absorb worthwhile patches into our
tree or if they'll wear it upstream of us and avoid bitrot.
But I was surprised how many patches you apply... I realise you have to
take care about MIPS / big endian but still, there's several patches on
netfilter and mtd. That's even scarier than our Big Scary Patchset :-)
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