[PATCH] Remove debug-aux-key-probe-resume-death.patch
tim.niemeyer at mastersword.de
Thu Mar 26 13:26:49 CET 2009
for me it is not a problem to disable AUX wakeup, but in the recent kernel it wasn't
disabled as a wakeup source and so it was definitly faulty. And i did know that
the AUX Wakeup on GTA02 is bad.
I think for consistency it would be good if we disable the AUX as wakeup source.
But i think, we don't need a NULL Pointer with or without AUX! ;-)
* Michael 'Mickey' Lauer <mickey at vanille-media.de> [26-03-09 13:16]:
> From: Michael 'Mickey' Lauer <mickey at vanille-media.de>
> To: openmoko-kernel at lists.openmoko.org
> Subject: Re: [PATCH] Remove debug-aux-key-probe-resume-death.patch
> Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2009 13:16:35 +0100
> Organization: Vanille-Media
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> On Thursday 26 March 2009 12:35:28 Werner Almesberger wrote:
> > In GTA02, there's the problem that AUX switches between NOR and NAND
> > boot and its state must not change before the code in question has left
> > the region that gets switched. In practice, this means that a short
> > press on AUX to wake up the system would cause crashes or other
> > surprises.
> > Whether it's a good idea to use AUX as a wakeup source in GTA01,
> > knowing that whatever application does this will not work on GTA02, is
> > a different story :)
> For the sake of consistency, let me toss a userland's vote to not enable this.
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