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SV: Upgrade to 2.4.19



On my card it says COM1 and COM2 where COM1 is serial port 0 and COM2 is
serial port 2.
So it is a bit confusing.

Best regards,
 
Fredrik Davidsson
Systems Consultant
Mobile: +47 92 88 31 45
fdqps@xxxxxxx.com


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av Mikael Starvik
Sendt: den 25 november 2002 15:26
Til: 'silver@xxxxxxx.se'; dev-etrax
Emne: RE: Upgrade to 2.4.19


>I skip over these patches, but then the kernel compilation stops with 
>errors before completion.

Can you send the error output

>On another note, when compiling the 2.4.14 kernel, I noticed that the 
>default configuration for the serial ports (on the development_lx 
>board) is ports 0 and 3 enabled, 1 and 4 disabled. Shouldn't ports 0 
>and 1 be enabled?

COM0 is serial port 0 and COM2 is serial port 2.

/Mikael

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Sent: Monday, November 25, 2002 2:56 PM
To: dev-etrax
Subject: Upgrade to 2.4.19



Hello,

Has anyone else in the group had problems when upgrading from linux
2.4.14 to 2.4.19? I get errors when I attempt to compile the kernel.
Some complaints that I get while applying the supplied patches seem to
refer to files in Mikael Starvik's own directory that are not available.
I skip over these patches, but then the kernel compilation stops with
errors before completion. Has anyone else seen these problems (and fixed
them)?

I need the 2.4.19 upgrade to use the new gpio functions.

On another note, when compiling the 2.4.14 kernel, I noticed that the
default configuration for the serial ports (on the development_lx board)
is ports 0 and 3 enabled, 1 and 4 disabled. Shouldn't ports 0 and 1 be
enabled?

Regards,

Sam Silverstein
silver@xxxxxxx.se