Re: Kernel patches to fix floating point issues @ NSLU2
- There is a usable buildable 2.6.9; check out OpenSlug in the wiki
www.nslu2-linux.org . It doesnt have compelete functionality for
all the goodies like GPIO's yet; but its all there.
Thanks Lennert for all your past and future help with the weird
problems that seem unsolvable!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Lennert Buytenhek <buytenh@w...>
> On Sun, Jan 02, 2005 at 12:38:14AM -0000, r2004roellig wrote:then
> > Maybe the fixes should be driven into the linux kernel tree too?
> The fixes are in 2.6 already, if you want to submit them for 2.4
> be my guest. Submit a patch to rmk's ARM patch tracker and referto
> ARM bug id 2178/1, ie.id=2178/1
> My main interest for the NSLU2 at the moment is to get a 2.6
> full functionality running on it ASAP.
- On Sun, Jan 02, 2005 at 09:32:44AM -0000, dyoung8888 wrote:
> There is a usable buildable 2.6.9; check out OpenSlug in the wikiAh, cool, wasn't aware of that. I'll have a look at it and try to
> www.nslu2-linux.org . It doesnt have compelete functionality for
> all the goodies like GPIO's yet; but its all there.
fill in the missing bits as soon as I get home.
BTW, the mnf/abs patch refered below didn't go into 2.6 until 2.6.10
(IIRC), so you might want to add it to your build process if you use
> Thanks Lennert for all your past and future help with the weirdNo problem!
> problems that seem unsolvable!