Nicolas Mailhot wrote: > ... > Well, if ITE wanted its stuff in-kernel, it would be there by now. Don't > underestimate what you can do (this is free software after all). For > stuff like this motivation and access to harware is more important than > coding credentials. People will help and advice you, they just won't > bother themselves with drivers for hardware they do not have. > > This would be different if you were tweaking a core subsystem, or if you > didn't have a working driver as a starting point, but a lot of the > driver work is done by people who just need support for their hardware. > > I should know, I got a few lines myself into the kernel, and it was > grunt work only me was interested in. Kudos to all the kernel > maintainers who listened to me at the time. Got any suggestions as to who i should send patches to, then? :-) This still doesn't solve the problem of getting FC1 driver disks made, though. I'm sure someone more experienced at driver development would be able to solve this in a few minutes - isn't module symbol versioning fairly mundane stuff in kernel terms? -- Paul http://paulgear.webhop.net -- A: Because we read from top to bottom, left to right. Q: Why should i start my email reply *below* the quoted text?
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