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Re: cirrus ep93xx support (was: Re: Debian ARM success story: Debian desktop on a TS-7300)

+++ Lennert Buytenhek [06-07-14 11:40 +0200]:
> On Fri, Jul 14, 2006 at 10:46:42AM +0300, Riku Voipio wrote:
> The TS-72xx boards are supported in 2.6 (I have a TS-7250 myself), but
> the TS-7300 isn't, which is mostly just because noone ever bothered.
> It shouldn't be too much work to have it supported.  One caveat (IIRC)
> is that the TS-7300 needs a bit of binary only code linked to the kernel
> image to support the SD card slot, and this probably will only work with
> the 2.4.x kernel that the vendor supports.  (Or someone would have to
> reverse engineer how the communication with the SD card works.)

Do you know which controller chip it uses? I know there is a Free driver for
the chip in the tomtom, which is quite a popular one. That should be in
mainline by now I think. 

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