Fixes for stable-tracking
andy at openmoko.com
Wed Oct 1 18:31:34 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| | I'm working with the GTA01, trying to get 2.6.27 running on it. The
| patches in this series apply to stable-tracking.
| It is very nice to see these appear.
| HDQ / battery stuff is badly broken in current upstream I believe at the
| moment, it freezes the machine solid when you try to set the FIQ mode
| register set, so I basically disabled FIQ in stable-tracking while I
| look at it. That's why no battery data.
Once again my eyes slid over "GTA01"... it's hardly a FIQ issue then.
Maybe pcf50606.c has got beaten up somewhere along the line (it is
itself an i2c device though...)
I took the liberty of adding "Signed-off-by" on the patches and stuck
them on stable-tracking. Somehow they needed an extra include in
mach-gta02.c too, it makes sense if you were compiling for GTA01 I guess.
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