[oe] Sharp CE-RH1 CE-RH2 remote support for Akita, please test (was: ...disable rc patch for akita...)
utx at penguin.cz
Sun Mar 9 01:02:42 CET 2008
As I promised, there is a new version of sharpsl_rc drive, which should
CE-RH2 on spitz (tested and works)
CE-RH2 on akita (status unknown)
CE-RH1 on c7x0 (status unknown)
Images, modules, patches (temporary URL):
Please test and let me know the result.
c7x0 users and users of older akita/spitz kernels has to reflash kernel,
others need only replace sharpsl_rc module by a new one.
To test it, you should see key numbers in syslog (dmesg -c; their
meaning should correspond with /usr/include/linux/input.h).
If you have latest build of X, you should also see them in xev.
Graeme Gregory wrote:
> On Fri, 07 Mar 2008 15:35:08 +0100
> "koen commit" <openembedded-commits at lists.openembedded.org> wrote:
> > linux-rp 2.6.24: disable rc patch for akita - it doesn't apply and
> > only handles spitz
There is actual only a one-line conflict depending on status of
htcuni.patch, trivial to fix. I can move conflicting line few lines away
to not be dependent on htcuni. I would like to move remote patches to
the generic part of RP kernels, as they can't break other platforms.
> > * again, no backport, since this is unsuitable for .dev
> If one of the akita maintainers want to fix this then the OE RH-2 remote
> is currently sitting on my desk unused.
Stanislav Brabec wrote:
> Oops. SPITZ_SCP2_AKIN_PULLUP is Spitz specific.
I used AKITA_IOEXP_AKIN_PULLUP for Akita and for c7x0 backported button
levels from 2.4 kernel, so CE-RH1 sould be working there as well.
I guess that tosa has no remote support, and collie/poodle may it have.
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