Bug#641749: [firstname.lastname@example.org: Re: ath3k_load_firmware: Can't change to loading configuration err]
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On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 4:43 PM, Jonathan Nieder <email@example.com> wrote:
> Andres Cimmarusti wrote:
>> One of the differences between Wheezy and Squeeze in terms of, say the
>> 3.1.x, kernel is that in Squeeze I compile it with gcc 4.4.5, but in
>> wheezy this is done with gcc 4.6.x. Could there be a problem here?
> Ah, you have been compiling the kernel from source?
Yes, from the upstream vanilla source. But only for the kernels I've
been using on squeeze. When I try wheezy, I always try the default
kernel (3.1.8 as of now).
> Yes, this and the .config look like a good line of investigation. I
> would suggest installing the kernel image package from sid or
> experimental on squeeze. The only other packages from outside squeeze
> you should need in order to test it are linux-base and
I'll try to install the sid packages (There are also some packages
being prepared for backports), but I don't think the .config file is
the problem because I have always borrowed it from the linux-image
debian packages and then done some very minor edits.
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