On 09/03/2013 09:18 AM, Darryl L. Pierce wrote:
On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 10:58:23PM -0400, William Cohen wrote:
> I have moved to running the vanilla mainline linux-3.11-rcN kernel on my Samsung
Chromebook. There are some notes on the steps that I used to get it running at:
> The config file is a bit different than the fc20 kernel configuration. I started
from the "make exynos_defconfig" and working towards something that is closer to
the fc20 configuration. There are a couple drawbacks with this configuration. The usb3
and wireless are not working in the configuration. Also cool things like KVM
virtualization are not working.
How about sound?
This kernel is not for general use. This information is more to help developers avoid the
issues that I encountered when building a mainstream kernel to try performance tools on.
There are a number of things not working with this kernel configuration/build:
Right now the nv-uboot being used doesn't really allow for an initramfs, so a number
of things that should be modules are being compiled into the kernel so that the machine
boots up. I am hoping that in the near future there will be a nv-uboot that is closer to
what fedora expects (allows ext4 and initramfs).