On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 2:25 PM, Stanislav Brabec <u...@penguin.cz> wrote:
> Andrea Adami wrote:
>> it seems vanilla kernel 2.6.38 boots just fine on all Zaurus models.
>> We have fresh recipes in OpenEmbedded (linux and linux-kexecboot) for
>> c7x0, akita, spitz, poodle.
>> Collie and tosa will be committed later today.
> Not only that it boots. Even battery seems to survive overnight suspend!
> I just seen following problems:
> - I guess that I seen some errors about missing audio (untested).
> - tslib stopped to understand /dev/input/touchscreen0.
There are two issues there: using linux-rp there is a bunch of
module_autoload_snd-pcm-oss = "snd-pcm-oss"
module_autoload_pcmcia_core = "pcmcia_core"
module_autoload_snd-soc-spitz_spitz = "snd-soc-spitz"
I'd say, here we can build those modules in kernel...
> After fixing these two issues, it may be a good candidate for update the
> default kernel in the feeds.
Yes, first target is moving to linux.inc and second step will be 'use
Third step is the new event-driven zaurusd.
Fourth step (to be discussed) is moving all to xorg-xserver.
> And long time running issues:
> - Serial without console may need to close/open after suspend to work
> - Suspend still has problems with MAX1111 (but offline charging
> surprisingly seems to work, I did not test whether even stopping of
> charging works)
> - Unfiltered touchscreen precision is still tragical (50 pixel jumps are
> not exceptions).
> - I still did not find to finish my resistor array keyboard driver (AKA
> remote control). I will probably port the old one to get remote
> working there.
> - Status of filesystem corruptions is not known (it is happening with
> varying frequency in all 2.6 kernels).
OFC, bugs are always around but at least we'll be not alone fiddling
with old kernels...
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