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Re: Problems with NSLU2/xscale kernel that go back to April, 2008
It's not clear to me that you can only limit yourself to ixp425 or nslu2
files, since there is also some reference to arm/arm files. But perhaps
you know better than I.
Using cvsweb examine all changes made to ixp425 and nslu code in the
20080426-20080512 window. One example change was made on April 27 to
ixp425_intr.c from revision 1.18 to 1.19. I have included the link.
I guess it would be easier to build April 27 and or 28 and test the images.
April 26 won't build. Two lint issues.
April 27 builds and run. 0 errors in 144 succesive MD5 computations.
April 28 builds, but won't run unless you add the following line to
std.nslu2 (before you build the kernel):
The result is 3 errors in 144 successive MD5 computations.
While it is definite that there is a problem with 20080428 (and all
later kernels), it is less sure that there isn't a problem with
20080427. I think Andy Ruhl was planning to build this version and test
it as well.
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