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Old 12-21-2008, 07:06 AM   #1
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linux-uvc in 2.6.22 kernel and downgrade porting

I'm newbie in linux driver porting. I would like to integrate linux-uvc driver to i-MX31 BSP 2.6.22. Actually linux-uvc was officially supported from 2.6.26 version.
Please give me advise how can i do that?
Is it methodology to downgrade porting?

Thank you in advance -)
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firstly since no-one has replied...why are you using such an old kernel?

2) the module name hopefully is called


not linux-uvc...which is the project name
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because company who give us Board Support Packages

uses this version of kernel. I'm happy to choose new version of linux.
But it's issues of compatibility of other drivers -)


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