AVR32 Linux Developer Blog
04 Mar 2007 - 15:34 in , by HaavardSkinnemoen
New AVR32 Linux kernel patchsets based on the 2.6.20 kernel have been released. Preliminary patches adding support for CompactFlash have also been added.
Two Linux kernel patchsets for the 2.6.20 kernel have been added. The second one, 2.6.20-avr2, fixes a bug in the atmel_serial driver which only triggers when the CompactFlash patchset is applied.

A separate page for the CompactFlash driver has been added, which includes the necessary patches that need to be applied to the kernel along with a description of a few modifications that need to be done to the ATSTK1000 board for this to work properly. The driver should not be considered complete, but it does work fine with at least some cards.

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BlogAuthor: HaavardSkinnemoen
Date: 04 Mar 2007 – 16:34
Headline: New 2.6.20 patchsets, CompactFlash driver
Teaser: New AVR32 Linux kernel patchsets based on the 2.6.20 kernel have been released. Preliminary patches adding support for CompactFlash have also been added.
Text: Two Linux kernel patchsets for the 2.6.20 kernel have been added. The second one, 2.6.20-avr2, fixes a bug in the atmel_serial driver which only triggers when the CompactFlash patchset is applied.

A separate page for the CompactFlash driver has been added, which includes the necessary patches that need to be applied to the kernel along with a description of a few modifications that need to be done to the ATSTK1000 board for this to work properly. The driver should not be considered complete, but it does work fine with at least some cards.
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r1 – 2007-03-04 – 15:45:06 – HaavardSkinnemoen
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