|tagger||Luis R. Rodriguez <email@example.com>||Mon Mar 11 16:16:31 2013 -0700|
This was test compiled with compat-drivers-3.8.2 1 2.6.24 [ OK ] 2 2.6.25 [ OK ] 3 2.6.26 [ OK ] 4 2.6.27 [ OK ] 5 2.6.28 [ OK ] 6 2.6.29 [ OK ] 7 2.6.30 [ OK ] 8 2.6.31 [ OK ] 9 2.6.32 [ OK ] 10 2.6.33 [ OK ] 11 2.6.34 [ OK ] 12 2.6.35 [ OK ] 13 2.6.36 [ OK ] 14 2.6.37 [ OK ] 15 2.6.38 [ OK ] 16 2.6.39 [ OK ] 17 3.0.50 [ OK ] 18 3.0.65 [ OK ] 19 3.1.10 [ OK ] 20 3.2.33 [ OK ] 21 3.2.38 [ OK ] 22 3.3.8 [ OK ] 23 3.4.17 [ OK ] 24 3.4.32 [ OK ] 25 3.5.7 [ OK ] 26 3.6.11 [ OK ] 27 3.6.5 [ OK ] 28 3.7.0 [ OK ] 29 3.7.9 [ OK ] 30 3.8.0 [ OK ] real 26m45.805s user 740m10.948s sys 90m22.539s
|author||xiong <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Feb 28 15:05:35 2013 +0800|
|committer||Adrian Chadd <email@example.com>||Fri Mar 01 15:26:46 2013 -0800|
alx: fix DMA-write-pending issue the chip can only handle aligned DMA address (4byte align) for rx-buffers, skb_reserve(skb, NET_IP_ALIGN) will break the rule, so, just remove it. Signed-off-by: xiong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The puropose of this development tree is to enable us to do development on alx for both BSD and Linux with a single unified repository. This enables us to synchronize fixes for both BSD and Linux. The idea is to help end typical proprietary driver development for good:
Linux support targets the alx driver to be built in synch with linux-next.git as the base development tree. Backport kernel support is provided by utilizing the compat-drivers framework.
To build for linux you will need a few trees. We have scripts to let you get all that you need:
Contributions to compat follow the same mechanisms as used in the Linux kernel, this means you should provide as Singed-off-by tag as documented on the Developer's Certificate of Origin 1.1.
compat and compat-drivers contributions follow the contribution model implemented by the Linux kernel. Patches or pull requests for compat and compat-drivers must have be signed-offed. If you don‘t sign off on them they will not accepted. This means adding a line that says “Signed-off-by: Name email” at the end of each commit, indicating that you wrote the code and have the right to pass it on as an open source patch. For exact definition of what the Signed-off-by tag is you can read the definition of the "Developer’s Certificate of Origin 1.1", which you can read here:
You can send patches as follows: