Florian Fainelli <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Le Monday 10 August 2009 12:12:05 Alexander Clouter, vous avez écrit :
>> For your information, the TNETD7300GDU is detected like this:
>> TI AR7 (TNETD7300), ID: 0x0005, Revision: 0x02
>> and the TNETD7300EZDW (ADSL 2+) is detected like this:
>> TI AR7 (TNETD7200), ID: 0x002b, Revision: 0x10 which also has the UART bug
>> and is wrongly detected as a TNETD7200.
>> I have left the WAG54G at work and will get my hands back on it tomorow.
> The bad news is that my WAG54G v2 which is also a TNEDT7300GDU has this HW
> too rendering the runtime detection of the bug more difficult.
Well, two options I guess. Another Kconfig or pass something
on the command line to the kernel. I would opt for the latter as the
bug does not make the machine completely unusable and if you make sure
the workaround is disabled by default hopefully that will have the
effect of getting people to contact you to add an extra data point.
Annoyingly I'm guess we are more interested in people who do *not* have
the bug and we would not hear from them as a result. Maybe if we
proactively crippled their serial port.... :)
.sigmonster says: Be braver -- you can't cross a chasm in two small jumps.