[Buildroot] [PATCH] linux-firmware: bump version to latest d877533

Marcin Niestrój m.niestroj at grinn-global.com
Fri Nov 2 15:29:38 UTC 2018

Hi Thomas, Yann,

Thomas Petazzoni <thomas.petazzoni at bootlin.com> writes:

> Hello,
> On Thu, 1 Nov 2018 23:08:48 +0100, Yann E. MORIN wrote:
>> > I don't get the same hash here:
>> > 
>> > ERROR: linux-firmware-d87753369b82c5f362250c197d04a1e1ef5bf698.tar.gz has wrong sha256 hash:
>> > ERROR: expected: 48f02db163bd1320cafa0c878f0c38d2184afa726f02622309be69416e420032
>> > ERROR: got     : 3c5ba0e3b282e44d5cef3d34a547caf3633c90b83807469357e92cca1fff8a38
>> > 
>> > And apparently Yann E. Morin also calculated the same hash as me after
>> > applying your version bump. Could you check what is happening ?  
>> If using a recent distribution that has tar 1.30 (e.g. Fedroa 28+,
>> Arch, or other rolling-release distros), you may have fallen in the
>> download dependencies trap, where host-tar would not be built when doing
>> a 'make source' from a clean tree.
> Which has just been fixed as of
> https://git.buildroot.org/buildroot/commit/?id=5b5feea8753520320d11896a24b970c60331bcdc,
> so Marcin, you may see automagically the new/correct hash if you retry
> on the latest Buildroot master (I merged this host-tar fix from Yann
> yesterday evening).

I have rebased my patch on master and I still get the same hash as
previously. That is logical, because I had host-tar already built when I
tested patch before submission. Can you confirm that problem was
actually on your side (i.e. my hash is correct)? After that I will
bump linux-firmware version to newest, extend commit message and send

> Thanks,
> Thomas


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