Prepare to work with 2.6.28 (andy-tracking) kernel
|Reported by:||PaulFertser||Owned by:||mickey|
As this kernel will soon be declared a new official "stable", we should prepare to work with it. I've installed c59a8bdc7ca4b547 and tested how FSO works with it.
It seems to be quite stable (except don't try to press the power button unless you are sure it's fully suspended; fixed in new versions). I've tested LEDs, power supplies, brightness control, suspend/resume, GPRS, GPS, bluetooth ("hcitool dev" works as expected) and WiFi (when there're APs nearby, iwlist scan shows them, else a cryptic message is output). Everything seem to be working ok.
Two things i noticed so far: after suspend/resume bluetooth no longer works. WiFi can't be disabled even right after reboot.
Attached is a minimal patch against stabilization/milestone4 that modifies the hardcoded /sys paths to correspond with those of the new kernel. It should also apply cleanly (except the "apm -s" part that was already changed to use the new semantics) to the HEAD.
Change History (9)
Changed 6 years ago by PaulFertser
comment:2 Changed 6 years ago by mickey
- Resolution set to fixed
- Status changed from assigned to closed
comment:3 Changed 6 years ago by odlg
- Cc ole.d@… added
- Resolution fixed deleted
- Status changed from closed to reopened