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  Redpine vendor driver - Switching to AP mode causes kernel panic

Status in HWE Next:
  In Progress
Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Xenial:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  Switching from STA to AP mode on RS9113 Redpine Wifi-BT combo device,
  system reports a kernel panic.

  The Redpine driver (ver. 1.2 RC12) doesn't track the Linux 4.4.69 stable 
  which introduced following patches to mac80211 subsystem:
  - mac80211: pass RX aggregation window size to driver
  - mac80211: pass block ack session timeout to to driver
  - mac80211: RX BA support for sta max_rx_aggregation_subframes

  The Redpine driver ver. 1.2RC12 needs to be updated to handle the changes 
  in the patch:
  - mac80211: pass block ack session timeout to to driver
  (more details here:
  buntu-4.4.0-82.105&id=0b2141bd007213cc9c4228786f773a3c35c41c56 and 

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