Isn't Wifi supposed to be off by default?
andy at openmoko.com
Wed Jan 14 14:55:31 CET 2009
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Andy Green wrote:
|> Does the 2442 peripheral device support recognition of SDIO interrupt
|> signalling action? Where does that problem begin?
| The S3C2442B54 does nominally support SDIO interrupts, yes. The S3C
| MMC driver doesn't, but there is a patch by Christer Weinigel that
| adds this functionality. Unfortunately, it only works on some chips
| of the S3C family, while a few, including ours, act completely
| I plan to return to figuring out what's going on there once the
| more pressing WLAN matters are handled. Sometimes it helps to take
| a fresh look after a break.
| By the way, here is some previous discussion of the issues:
Yeah I remember the things about erratic interrupts, I didn't realize
that we worked around that now by polling in a loop that includes the
whole SDIO thing at 100Hz.
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