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Re: Kernel update request
thanks for the new kernel!
On Wednesday 14 December 2011 01:38:51 Jani Monoses wrote:
> >> However we should aim for stability and no churn towards the end of
> >> the cycle(March/April)
> >> Are there any known regressions vs 2.6.38? Is sound not working yet?
> > sound works as on 2.6.38 (maybe better, no mic support yet). No
> > regressions I know of by now (but I'm a bad tester). It is possible
> > that people with hynix memory may not be able to boot. Some IRC user
> > wanted to test it this evening. If it doesn't work, I'll disable the
> > memory scaling feature again.
> Here's a 3.0 deb of the snapshot of a week ago
> For me resume does not work on a stock Ubuntu Precise install, which
> worked with the default 2.6.38 kernel.
> I get noise on the screen, the machine does not answer key presses or pings.
I tested it on Oneiric (armel). It boots and suspends/resumes without
problems. One possible issue is that the kernel likely fails on hynix ram
based system as I only fixed this issue on Dec. 9th and the kernel is form
The resume problems you see may also be RAM clocking related (the noice on the
screen). So I better disable the stuff alltogether as it seems to create a lot
of problems. I will push a fix in a minute ...
> commit 735f939f421c6c9c5db79250955e7b25ee272e0f
> Author: Marc Dietrich <marvin24@xxxxxx>
> Date: Tue Dec 6 20:35:30 2011 +0100
> ARM: tegra: paz00: make sound modular
> Switch the static sound driver from chromeos to modular version used
> by 2.6.38 kernels.
> Signed-off-by: Marc Dietrich <marvin24@xxxxxx>