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Old 02-14-2011, 02:15 PM
Derek Tracy
 
Default CR-48 Gobi 2000 Support

Has anyone gotten the Gobi 2000 chipset to work with the qcserial driver?* I have found a few patches but do not want to roll my own kernel if I don't have to (that's why I left Gentoo).* Is there a way to just build the qcserial driver using dkms or something, or maybe another way to add the USB Id's to the code?


Has anybody found an up to date rpm for the gobi_loader that loads the firmware for the chipset?

I'm willing to work with an individual or team to help better support the CR-48 hardware (it runs Fedora nicely) just don't know where to start.



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Old 02-15-2011, 05:30 PM
Timothy Davis
 
Default CR-48 Gobi 2000 Support

Has anyone gotten the Gobi 2000 chipset to work with the qcserial driver? I
have found a few patches but do not want to roll my own kernel if I don't

have to (that's why I left Gentoo). Is there a way to just build the
qcserial driver using dkms or something, or maybe another way to add the USB
Id's to the code?

Has anybody found an up to date rpm for the gobi_loader that loads the

firmware for the chipset?

I'm willing to work with an individual or team to help better support the
CR-48 hardware (it runs Fedora nicely) just don't know where to start.




I've got F14 on my CR-48 currently and am willing to help.
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Old 02-17-2011, 04:59 PM
Derek Tracy
 
Default CR-48 Gobi 2000 Support

I am looking for a decent guide on the correct way to roll your own Fedora kernel, basically I just want to patch the qcserial.c file along with the other Fedora patches and compile.* Any idea where I could find such documentation (kinda new to Fedora was a Gentoo/Funtoo user).


What times would you have available to work on / meetup in IRC?

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On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 1:30 PM, Timothy Davis <cpuobsessed@gmail.com> wrote:

Has anyone gotten the Gobi 2000 chipset to work with the qcserial driver? I
have found a few patches but do not want to roll my own kernel if I don't


have to (that's why I left Gentoo). Is there a way to just build the
qcserial driver using dkms or something, or maybe another way to add the USB
Id's to the code?

Has anybody found an up to date rpm for the gobi_loader that loads the


firmware for the chipset?

I'm willing to work with an individual or team to help better support the
CR-48 hardware (it runs Fedora nicely) just don't know where to start.





I've got F14 on my CR-48 currently and am willing to help.
*
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Fedora, Ubuntu and Slackware userLinux counter #386175*





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Old 02-17-2011, 06:38 PM
Michael Cronenworth
 
Default CR-48 Gobi 2000 Support

Derek Tracy wrote:
> I am looking for a decent guide on the correct way to roll your own
> Fedora kernel, basically I just want to patch the qcserial.c file along
> with the other Fedora patches and compile. Any idea where I could find
> such documentation (kinda new to Fedora was a Gentoo/Funtoo user).


http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Building_a_custom_kernel
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Old 02-22-2011, 06:42 PM
Derek Tracy
 
Default CR-48 Gobi 2000 Support

I filed a bug for the Gobi 2000 chipset support for the CR-48 here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=679135

I also included a patch, after applying the patch and rebuilding the kernel I now have Verizon wireless support.* There were a few more steps, had to download the firmware from Qualcomm.* When I get some free time I will consolidate the info and post it here.* But the first step is getting the qcserial driver to create the ttyUSB0 device which the patch above does.


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On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 1:30 PM, Timothy Davis <cpuobsessed@gmail.com> wrote:

Has anyone gotten the Gobi 2000 chipset to work with the qcserial driver? I
have found a few patches but do not want to roll my own kernel if I don't


have to (that's why I left Gentoo). Is there a way to just build the
qcserial driver using dkms or something, or maybe another way to add the USB
Id's to the code?

Has anybody found an up to date rpm for the gobi_loader that loads the


firmware for the chipset?

I'm willing to work with an individual or team to help better support the
CR-48 hardware (it runs Fedora nicely) just don't know where to start.





I've got F14 on my CR-48 currently and am willing to help.
*
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