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Old 05-02-2009, 03:15 AM   #1
sachsrinu
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SDIO stack support


Hi all,

I am srinivas and also I am new to Linux kernel stuff. Currently I am working on SDIO stack porting for Wi-Fi drivers. As I know that, there is an SDIO stack support in latest kernel releases i.e. above 2.6.23 release, If I am not wrong.

May I know some information about the following:

What are the various SDIO stacks supported by each kernel?
Which kernel release has "stable" SDIO stack support?
Is any patch required to port my Wi-Fi driver to support the available SDIO stacks?
Where do I get the more information SDIO stack support and compatibility with various kernel releases?

Please help me in this regard.


Thanks & Regards,
Srinivas.
 
  


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