Stanislav Brabec wrote: > Pavel Machek wrote: > > > BTW online charging does not work _at all_. Connected with empty > > battery to (hopefully good) power supply at 10pm, battery was still > > empty at 7am :-(. > > Well, I guess I have seen charging LED on while online. So maybe > measurement may be broken.
There is still the ugly race caused by drivers/hwmon/max1111.c #ifdef CONFIG_SHARPSL_PM define the_max1111 and do anything with it #endif This is definitely bad approach. sharpsl_pm.c cannot access max1111 in this way - spi may be sleeping or not initialized yet. Errors of max1111_read() are still sometimes even visible in the suspend log. http://answers.softpicks.net/answers/topic/How-to-write-driver-that-needs-to-call-another-driver--1761840-1.htm > > > > > - HDD LED seems to not work. > > > > Hdd not yet tested > > > > > > HDD works, just the LED does not. Tested with the OE kernel. I'll retry > > > with my custom .config file. It also enables more USB drivers. > > > > I'm using old driver, LED works there. What do I need to change to get > > new one? > > Confirming - CF as hda controls LED, CF as sda does not. Well, there are two bugs: The easier one - the LED trigger is not set the LED trigger (could be worked around from sysfs). The more complicated one - the "nand-disk" trigger does nothing with libata. In general, defconfig in OE is very poor (missing support for some parts of the hardware and many important USB devices). Here are my configs: http://www.penguin.cz/~utx/zaurus/feed/images/spitz/ (My fresh configs will always appear here after some testing.) Further bugs found: ISL6271A driver does not work: print_constraints: vcc_core range: 850 <--> 1600 mV at 1350 mV print_constraints: vcc_core range: 1100 mV isl6271a 1-000c: Failed to set supply vcc_core isl6271a 1-000c: failed to register isl6271a isl6271a: probe of 1-000c failed with error -16 and later ads7846 spi2.0: unable to get regulator: -19 Regarding the missing sound: This is just an easy bug in the kernel platform tables - udev does not know that it should load snd-soc-spitz. Loading it manually works-around the problem. Regarding the kernel panic while booting from SD with a weak power supply: I tried to reproduce them, no success yet (maybe the serial cable provides a bit of copper and makes the power supply a bit more stable). -- Stanislav Brabec http://www.penguin.cz/~utx/zaurus _______________________________________________ Zaurus-devel mailing list Zaurusemail@example.com http://lists.linuxtogo.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/zaurus-devel