On Thu, 2012-11-15 at 12:38 +0000, Ian Campbell wrote: > > > It would certainly be interesting but - at least for me - not very > > useful to have two of these beasts running around. Qnap probably > also > > had their reasons for disabling it in their firmware. > > >From my POV (as qcontrol maintainer) I think a patch to turn off the > watchdog would be acceptable for Wheezy but a patch to implement full > watchdog support would be stretching the principal of a freeze a bit > too much. BTW, the ideal answer to driving the watchdog would be an in-kernel watchdog driver providing /dev/watchdog which could be managed with the usual watchdogd process. I don't know how this will interact with qcontrol's use of the pic though. Probably badly :-/ Ian. -- Ian Campbell You can get everything in life you want, if you will help enough other people get what they want.
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