On 29 April 2016 at 17:05, Nicolas Dechesne email@example.com wrote:
On Fri, Apr 29, 2016 at 3:56 PM, Ricardo Salveti firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
wcnss-config: 1.8 optee-client: 1.0.1+git5+g89f25ce-1.linarojessie.1 glshim: 0.41+git20150911.42a7739-0.linarojessie.1
We should be able to get these in debian.
Maybe with a little bit of cleanup but yes these are low hanging fruits.
wcnss-config shouldn't go upstream, imho. at least not in its current form. it does 2 things:
- create a single WLAN mac address based on some pseudo unique ID
available on the board 2. loads/starts WLAN and BT
#1 is not strictly needed, as the driver would default to using a random MAC. and I don't think what we do is nice enough to be upstream... we can discuss more..
The problem is common, no-one can bother an extra chip to store a mac address anymore. The ugliness tends to be board specific, so perhaps the mac address can be generated in the firmware and exported via device-tree?