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Re: [Bug 1488395] Re: backport of driver for I2C on Sunrisepoint PCH
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Pascal Morin -
On 23/09/2015 23:10, Jesse Sung wrote:
> Verified with both Skylake1 and Skylake2 in #3.
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backport of driver for I2C on Sunrisepoint PCH
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Status in linux source package in Vivid:
Some newly released laptops talk to touchpad via I2C to provide
advanced functions. The new Intel Skylake uses Sunrisepoint PCH, thus
the I2C on it needs to to enabled in order to support these touchpads.
Intel is still working on the driver. There are six versions so far:
The driver supports SPI, UART, and I2C on the Sunrisepoint PCH, but
we'll only focus on the I2C part.
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