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Old 12-14-2011, 10:19 AM   #1
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linux Device Driver Testing


I'm looking for any opensource testsuites for testing below drivers on the net.

PMIC TPS65217, TSC2020IRTVR(Touch screen Driver),
TSCSX8651(Touch Screen Driver),
DP83849 (Ethernet Phy driver),
Atheros AR9374 Wi-Fi support
USB modem class driver for M2M,
BlueZ 4.96, IPv4/IPv6, Busybox utilities.

It will be great if some can share those details.


Old 12-16-2011, 11:42 AM   #2
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It can take time to test those individually, let alone testsuit is not available.

The way to find out if these devices/controllers work is to install the latest Linux Mint 12 and find out which of them does not work. At least it can lessen the effort needed to make them all usable.

Hope it helps.


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