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Re: Bug#680699: unblock: flash-kernel/3.1


On Sun, Jul 08, 2012 at 03:16:41AM +0200, Hector Oron wrote:
> Please unblock package flash-kernel
> Hello,
>   flash-kernel/3.1 adds device tree support for Dreamplug device (used by
>   freedombox).
>   Dreamplug support has been backported into linux/3.2.21-1, which we expect
>   it to get into wheezy sometime.
>   Therefore, it would be really nice if we can get flash-kernel/3.1 in wheezy.
> unblock flash-kernel/3.1

my only concern is that /proc/device-tree/model takes precedence over
/proc/cpuinfo in any case with no fallback to the latter. So if any ARM SoC
gets device-tree enabled by a backport it might potentially need a change to
flash-kernel, if the "Hardware" string does not match up with what the model
file delivers.

Bdale argues that the device-tree changes could potentially incur other changes
so an update of flash-kernel makes sense instead of the fallback solution.

@debian-boot: Is it ok to unblock flash-kernel at this point or should that be
done post-beta1?

Kind regards
Philipp Kern 

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