Wu Zhangjin wrote:
>> BTW for me, this is interesting in the context of
>> http://config.fsf.org/trac/public/wiki/RmsLinuxForYou , which I have
>> several people helping me test at the moment - currently the biggest
>> issue is hard crashes every day or other day, or more frequently if
>> there is a lot of disk or usb I/O.
> perhaps Yan hua<firstname.lastname@example.org> can give some help on this problem.
> did you compile the kernel with -mfix-ls2f-kernel option? if not, please
> use it. it may give some help on reducing the hard crashes.
I am compiling with:
cflags-$(CONFIG_MACH_LM2F) += -Wa,-mfix-ls2f-kernel -Wa,--no-warn
I think that was at yanh's suggestion; it was from someone at lemote.
I am compiling on a gnewsense-mipsel-l distribution, with the addition
of the lemote binutils from dev.lemote.com, currently at:
The source and binary debs for that I also have up at:
I am planning on compiling a 126.96.36.199-based linux (eg the tip of the git
tree you pointed at) for rms, since it seems like it includes the
suspend-resume support we want to test, and is what hackers are
currently working on. If there is a specific git tag you think it would
be good to test, please name it :-)
I will post to email@example.com when that's ready and confirmed
to boot and not crash really quickly (and stop posting to this really
long set of lists / people ...)
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