stable-tracking test image
andy at openmoko.com
Sun Nov 16 10:23:55 CET 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| "Marco Trevisan (Trevi?o)" wrote:
|> I've got them all the times I've tried it
| Can you actually associate to an AP or does it not even get that far ?
| I wonder if there's some signal integrity or timing issue. I've
| attached a patch for a kernel where WLAN uses Linux-SDIO. This patch
| lets you adjust the maximum clock frequency of the SD interface.
| Boot with s3cmci.f_max=10000000
| Then the kernel should say
| s3c2440-sdi s3c2440-sdi: f_max lowered from 50000000 to 10000000 Hz
This sounds like a good thing to have anyway based on the Glamo MCI
experience, it wouldn't work reliably above 16MHz and this one is at
50MHz (although Glamo had series resistors). Maybe you could rebase
your patch on stable-tracking and we should take it anyway.
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