Re: [RFC] 1/4 MMC layer
From: Pierre Ossman
Date: Mon May 10 2004 - 07:54:39 EST
I'd be very happy to see MMC support getting into the vanilla kernel.
I'm about to purchase a HP NX7010 which has a currently unsupported
MMC/SD card reader. It is my intention to attempt to write a driver for
this reader (a Winbond w83l518d) and it'll make it easier with the MMC
routines already in the kernel.
Memory cards are beginning to replace floppys so the sooner linux has
good support for them the better =)
Are there any reason SD[IO] is left out? From what I can gather the
unencrypted parts of SD are in the open now. Am I missing something here?
Rgds Pierre Ossman
PS. I'm not subscribed to the kernel list at the moment so please cc any
*From:* Russell King (/rmk+lkml_at_arm.linux.org.uk/)
Date: Sun, 2 May 2004 15:52:26 +0100
To: Linux Kernel List <linux-kernel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Thu, Apr 29, 2004 at 01:48:24PM +0100, Russell King wrote:
/> This patch adds core support to the Linux kernel for driving MMC /
/> interfaces found on embedded devices, such as found in the Intel /
/> PXA and ARM MMCI primecell. This patch does _not_ add support /
/> for SD or SDIO cards. /
As there haven't been any comments, can I assume that either people
don't care, or people are happy for this to appear in Linus' tree?
(I actually suspect its out of peoples minds having been buried by
about 4 days of lkml.)
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