[Letux-kernel] [PATCH 0/9] OpenPandora: make wl1251 connected to mmc3 sdio port of OpenPandora work again

H. Nikolaus Schaller hns at goldelico.com
Sat Oct 19 13:25:20 CEST 2019


> Am 19.10.2019 um 13:06 schrieb Kalle Valo <kvalo at codeaurora.org>:
> "H. Nikolaus Schaller" <hns at goldelico.com> writes:
>> Here we have a set of scattered patches to make the OpenPandora WiFi work again.
>> v4.7 did break the pdata-quirks which made the mmc3 interface
>> fail completely, because some code now assumes device tree
>> based instantiation.
>> Fixes: 81eef6ca9201 ("mmc: omap_hsmmc: Use dma_request_chan() for requesting DMA channel")
>> v4.11 did break the sdio qirks for wl1251 which made the driver no longer
>> load, although the device was found as an sdio client.
>> Fixes: 884f38607897 ("mmc: core: move some sdio IDs out of quirks file")
>> To solve these issues:
>> * we convert mmc3 and wl1251 initialization from pdata-quirks
>>  to device tree
>> * we make the wl1251 driver read properties from device tree
>> * we fix the mmc core vendor ids and quirks
>> * we fix the wl1251 (and wl1271) driver to use only vendor ids
>>  from header file instead of (potentially conflicting) local
>>  definitions
>> H. Nikolaus Schaller (9):
>>  Documentation: dt: wireless: update wl1251 for sdio
>>  net: wireless: ti: wl1251 add device tree support
>>  DTS: ARM: pandora-common: define wl1251 as child node of mmc3
>>  mmc: host: omap_hsmmc: add code for special init of wl1251 to get rid
>>    of pandora_wl1251_init_card
>>  omap: pdata-quirks: remove openpandora quirks for mmc3 and wl1251
>>  mmc: sdio: fix wl1251 vendor id
>>  mmc: core: fix wl1251 sdio quirks
>>  net: wireless: ti: wl1251 use new SDIO_VENDOR_ID_TI_WL1251 definition
>>  net: wireless: ti: remove local VENDOR_ID and DEVICE_ID definitions
> I didn't get patches 3-7

oh sorry. I don't know why.

Here they are all: https://patchwork.kernel.org/cover/11199599/

> so I don't know what they have, but what's the
> plan how these should be applied? Normally wl1251 patches go via
> wireless-drivers-next but are you planning something else?

Well, I have no plan for that except that all should end up fixed in mainline
and stable.

The issue is that multiple subsystems are involved (net/wireless, mmc and arm/omap)
and all patches should be ideally be applied in combination.

BR and thanks,

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