I just learnt today that the folks at ti have a ti-2.6 kernel
repository into which they are checking in a lot of patches for the
OMAP, related to the android platform, ie. these are OMAP specific
Will these patches be available in the linux-omap-2.6 repository?
What is the strategy for incorporating omap specific patches. Is
someone manually extracting ti's omap patches and manually applying it
to overo linux-omap3-2.6 ?
Please find comment below
From: Elvis Dowson [mailto:elvis.dowson@...]
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2009 5:57 AM
To: Aguilar Pena, Leed
Subject: Re: [Omapandroid-discussion] [PATCH] OMAP3: PM: Setting a
constraint according to the value of cpuidle_deepest_st
Is there a separation between the linux-omap3 part and the android
part in that repository?
[LEED] We are not using the linux-omap3, instead we are using the
ti-2.6.27 kernel. We don't have a separation, I continuously merged
the android-2.6.27-common-tree from Google repository
Android-2.6.27 = ti-2.6.27 kernel(omapzoom) + android-2.6.27-common
tree (google repositoru)
I am using the following repository to get all my linux-omap updates:
Will all the patches that you submit, which are specific to OMAP
enhancements to make android work, make it to the tmlind/linux-
[LEED] All the patches are OMAP specific enhancements.
On Apr 23, 2009, at 2:46 PM, Aguilar Pena, Leed wrote:
> Hi Elvis,
> Repository: http://git.omapzoom.com/?p=repo/omapkernel.git;a=summary
> Branch: android-2.6.27
On 23-04-09 18:05, Elvis Dowson wrote:
> I just learnt today that the folks at ti have a ti-2.6 kernel repository
> into which they are checking in a lot of patches for the OMAP, related
> to the android platform, ie. these are OMAP specific patches.
That's the omapzoom kernel fork, which will get deprecated the next few
weeks. git.kernel.org is and will be the place to get omap1-4 kernels.