LP#269831 switch toshiba support from tlsup to toshiba_acpi
Andy Whitcroft wrote:
> During the release of Intrepid we moved from using the toshiba_acpi driver
> to using the tlsup driver to support Toshiba laptops. This was to try and
> leverage the builtin drivers. This triggered regressions particularly
> in bluetooth support for that release. For Intrepid we switched back
> to the version used on Hardy. There is some work going on on tlsup but
> it does not appear to be going to make it for Jaunty. Therefore this
> patch set brings an updated version the toshiba_acpi driver for Jaunty,
> preventing a re-regression there.
> Our delta from mainline actually consists of two patches. An update to
> the latest development version of the toshiba_acpi driver and an update
> bringing acpi hotkey support via a kernel thread. I have updated the
> former to the latest published version and forward ported the latter.
> For this set I have retained these changes as two patches to simplify
> any further rebases.
> For Jaunty.
> Andy Whitcroft (3):
> UBUNTU: SAUCE: toshiba_acpi -- pull in current -dev version of driver
> UBUNTU: SAUCE: toshiba_acpi -- add acpi hotkey kernel thread
> UBUNTU: move toshiba laptops back from tlsup to toshiba_acpi
> debian/abi/2.6.28-6.16/modules.ignore | 1 +
> debian/config/amd64/config | 4 +-
> debian/config/i386/config | 4 +-
> drivers/acpi/toshiba_acpi.c | 409 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++--
> 4 files changed, 397 insertions(+), 21 deletions(-)
> create mode 100644 debian/abi/2.6.28-6.16/modules.ignore
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