jcm asked for details of the omap issue that we've fixed. The find
what by shear luck.
Basically I was working on getting a 3.5 kernel building for all
arches on rawhide. I ran into an issue with "arm_memblock_steal" so
was googling to try and work out a fix. I came across the following
thread from Russell about the introduction of arm_memblock_steal and
he mentioned in this post  where "errata i688" was being marked
BROKEN due to it's use of memory (see thread) and with a little
reading it looks to like our issue to at least not try. So pinged it
to dgilmore and we both tested in parallel :-) With other searching
today this  thread also covers it pretty well, and the commit
message is pretty damning :-)
A side note also that in the short term IMX 3.5 kernels are broken
until this patch  land likely very soon.
Good day all,
This weeks Fedora ARM status meeting will take place tomorrow (Wednesday June 6th) in #fedora-meeting-1 on Freenode.
Times in various time zones (please let us know if these do not work):
Current items on the agenda:
1) F17 GA - What will be included?
- Items in our images not included in Fedora RPMS (grubby patches, resizer)
2) F17 Updates - status update
3) F17 Raspberry Pi Remix - status update
4) your topic here
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