[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 2/3] mpc85xx: kernel 4.14

Achim Gottinger achim at ag-web.biz
Sun Sep 30 17:47:36 EDT 2018

Am 30.09.18 um 21:45 schrieb Magnus Kroken:
> Hi Achim
> On 06.06.2018 23:42, Achim Gottinger wrote:
>> Am 05.06.2018 um 00:09 schrieb Magnus Kroken:
>>> Tested-by: Magnus Kroken <mkroken at gmail.com>
>>> Works well on my WDR4900v1. I don't use the crypto driver, so can't respond to those changes, but the Wi-Fi radios, ethernet and the basic hardware works fine.
>>> Most of your patches haven't shown up in Patchwork though [1]. Not sure if there was an issue with Patchwork when you sent your series, it could also be caused by your mail client malforming the e-mails. You may want to resubmit the series to ensure they are kept track of, with git-send-email if possible.
>>> 1: http://patchwork.ozlabs.org/project/openwrt/list/?series=&submitter=74207&state=*&q=&archive=both&delegate=
>>> Regards
>>> /Magnus
>> Thank you for thes tests and the tips about patchwork. Can be I used the wron numbering for the series because i did not start with 0/3. But I plan to modify the patches in an way that the caam modules are build in for generic/p1020 targets and are disabled only on wdr4900v1 which has no hardware crypto enabled. This way the additional caam module package is not required and the change does not interfere with other subtargets.
>> achim~
> Do you have any plans to move forward with your mpc85xx 4.14 patch series? I am still using your patches on top of current master, presently running kernel 4.14.73 on my WDR4900v1, and they work perfectly.
> Keep in mind that most of your patches did not end up in Patchwork for some reason, so they are not kept track of by anyone. If you find it easier to submit a pull request on Github you can do so here: https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt/pulls
> /Magnus

Hello Magnus,

I'm abit short in time this month and may look into it in november again. The caam crypto issues are already fixed upstream, so my modifcations on these are no longer necessary. If you want to push things meanwhile, feel free to do so. :-)


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