On Sun 2010-03-21 22:42:33, Stanislav Brabec wrote:
> Pavel Machek píše v Ne 21. 03. 2010 v 21:43 +0100:
> > On Fri 2010-03-12 10:07:04, Stanislav Brabec wrote:
> > > > > Good tip. It seems that nobody ported driver for the voltage control
> > > > > chip ISL6271 from 2.4 kernel, and bootloader probably does not set
> > > > > correct values.
> > Are we sure about this one? If we have wrong voltages on various
> > parts, that kind-off explains it.
> > Would it be possible to measure (Voltmeter) difference between 2.4
> > kernel and 2.6 kernel?
> If you are ready to run Zaurus in dismantled state, then yes. Measure on
> the upper pin of the large coil in the center of the
> http://www.penguin.cz/~utx/zaurus/pcbt_uc.jpg image or on the testpoint
> nearby (probably to the right).
I'm not comfortable dismantling it :-(.
> Alternatively, it is possible to write a driver. It is just one byte
> write and one byte read via I2C.
Do you know what byte it is? That sounds easy enough...
But I have small problem now -- zaurus seems to work mostly fine
now. Does it depend on temperature, or what? Tried mtest,
nothing. Tried compiling kernel, ok... Will try few more times...
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