v2.6 kernel work

Francois-Rene Rideau fare@tunes.org
Sat Jul 3 21:21:37 CEST 2004

On Sat, Jul 03, 2004 at 11:51:14AM -0700, David Jones wrote:
> I've been amazed at all the development here lately. 
> It's happening so quickly that I've only been able to
> play catch up. 
When you go into a wall, it's better not to go too fast, you know.

> I have a problem with compiling the 2.6 kernel though.
>  I am currently getting an error when it compiles
> sa1101.c  It can't find irq.h  Is there something
> wrong or missing in the cvs?  I did a fresh update
> before the last attempt.
If that's include/asm-arm/arch-sa1100/irq.h, then it's obsolete,
and you must be using an old version of something.
If some file of yours has local modifications, it may have kept a reference
to this old file -- check with cvs -z9 diff -u.

Don't forget to
	cvs -z9 update -dfP
	cd linux/upstream/kernel26 && cvs -z9 update -dfP
because in the crazy hope that some bug was fixed,
I based the latest CVS kernel upon the latest upstream updates.

PS: I'm really stuck with sa1101. I just don't get any interrupt.
Is there a way to query the SA1101 about its status?
To check that it is responding at all?
Something somewhere is very wrong.

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