[Buildroot] target/device/Atmel kernel patches

Ulf Samuelsson ulf.samuelsson at atmel.com
Mon Jan 26 21:29:26 UTC 2009

mån 2009-01-26 klockan 22:03 +0100 skrev Peter Korsgaard:
> Hi,
> We have a bunch of large kernel patches in target/device/Atmel for
> fairly old kernel versions:
> find -type f|xargs ls -shS|head -n 15
> 816K ./arch-arm/kernel-patches-2.6.24/linux-2.6.24-at91.patch
> 764K ./arch-arm/kernel-patches-
> 744K ./arch-avr32/kernel-patches-
> 516K ./arch-avr32/kernel-patches-2.6.23/linux-2.6.23-100-avr32-atmel.2.patch
> 452K ./arch-avr32/kernel-patches-
> 448K ./arch-avr32/kernel-patches-2.6.24/linux-2.6.24-100-avr32-git.1.patch
> 412K ./arch-arm/kernel-patches-
> 412K ./arch-arm/kernel-patches-
> 272K ./arch-avr32/kernel-patches-
> 136K ./arch-arm/kernel-patches-2.6.25/linux-2.6.25-at91.patch.gz
> 100K ./arch-arm/kernel-patches-2.6.26/2.6.26-at91.patch.gz
>  96K ./arch-arm/kernel-patches-2.6.26-rc3/linux-2.6.26-rc3-at91.patch.gz
>  96K ./arch-arm/kernel-patches-
>  84K ./arch-avr32/kernel-patches-2.6.24/linux-2.6.24-500-v4l-avr32-isi.patch.cond

> Can I just delete anything older than 2.6.27?
No, Just because you like to run with the latest kernel,
that view is not shared by everyone else.

The long term plan is to allow downloading the patch, instead
of storing it in the svn.

I believe that there are more important things that needs attention.

If you feel eager to do something right now,
then store the patches on the mirror server and make
sure you can to download and apply them
using the current user interface.

Ulf Samuelsson

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