On Saturday 22 May 2010 15:38:46 Stefan Richter wrote:
> Jonathan Woithe wrote:
> > Stefan Richter wrote:
> > In addition, recent posts on the ffado website basically say that the new
> > stack still doesn't work with ffado (or at the very least gives an
> > ambigious answer for new users):
> > Is ffado running with the new firewire stack?
> > The answer is kind of yes. ... The other answer is still no.
This is due to the fact that there are two ideas of running ffado on the new
stack: one is to run the current ffado on the new stack. Which works since
libraw1394 2.0.5 and kernel 2.6.32. And the second is to have ffado run
natively on juju, that is without libraw1394 in between. And that is nowhere
> Actually, an announcement of a concrete removal schedule is among else
> meant to help reduce confusion of that sort.
> BTW, what is holding up a v2.0.1 release of your v2.0 branch?
That is planned, only I did not yet have enough time. And I would like to get
some reassurance that the changes in the 2.0-branch work on juju...
> would make the answer to above question as simple as it possibly can
> get: The answer is YES if you have
> - FFADO v2.0.1 or higher
> - libraw1394 v2.0.5 or later (newest is recommended, 2.0.5 is current)
> - kernel 2.6.32 or later (newest is recommended, 2.6.34 is current)
> Note how 2 out of 3 of the mentioned projects manage to get bug fixes
> pushed from their repos out into actual releases in a fairly timely
> manner. ;-)
From: Stefan Richter <stefanr@s5...> - 2010-05-22 14:49:10
Arnold Krille wrote:
> On Saturday 22 May 2010 15:38:46 Stefan Richter wrote:
>> BTW, what is holding up a v2.0.1 release of your v2.0 branch?
> That is planned, only I did not yet have enough time. And I would like to get
> some reassurance that the changes in the 2.0-branch work on juju...
I ran 2.0-something on Juju, I only don't remember if this was 2.0.0 or
the 2.0 branch, and if the latter, at which revision. I will retry both
to turn rumor into fact. :-)
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