On Sun, 2016-09-11 at 09:19 +0200, Greg KH wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 05, 2016 at 10:49:08AM +0200, Hanno Zulla wrote:
> > Hi,
> > sorry for asking a possibly obvious question, but:
> > Why is support for Cherry Trail / Bay Trail so bad in the mainline
> > kernel? Is this being worked on? And where can one help or track
> > the
> > progress with improving this?
> Works for me! :)
I also have three 2 BayTrail and one CherryTrail laptops, which I use
latest upstream kernel to test before sending change.
> > Recently, I bought a Win10 netbook to install Linux on. It's a
> > beautiful small device with a fanless Z3735F CPU. Just right for my
> > kids as their first own computer.
> > After using Intel hardware since several years without a hitch, it
> > was
> > surprising to find this not being fully supported by current 2016
> > Linux
> > distributions.
I always use latest kernel. The problem is third party devices like
WiFi, touchpad etc.
As GKH suggested enter bugs, if the problem is in Intel SoC, we always
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