Re: [PATCH v2 0/3] Dell Airplane Mode Switch driver
From: Pali RohÃr
Date: Wed May 13 2015 - 07:48:49 EST
Darren, can you review/comment this v2 series? It is OK for 4.2 now?
On Thursday 07 May 2015 10:24:37 Alex Hung wrote:
> I guess you were looking at "Sheet1" that was comparison between
> dell-rbtn and dell-wireless quite a while ago. The updated results for
> dell-rbtn v2 are in the tab of "Dell-rbtnv2"
> On Thu, May 7, 2015 at 5:57 AM, Darren Hart <dvhart@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > On Wed, May 06, 2015 at 01:31:19PM +0200, Pali RohÃr wrote:
> >> Looks like everything is OK. Test3 is expected to not work correctly as
> >> driver is not loaded...
> >> On Wednesday 06 May 2015 17:11:08 Alex Hung wrote:
> >> > The test was updated @
> >> > https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1voffS6dNglwAExSGh3UmG__UAO2qfZ829CkJLPo06aI/edit?usp=sharing.
> >> > Please check the tab "Dell-rbtnv2"
> >> >
> >> > Notes:
> >> > 1. The systems come and go and I can find some of original ones but I
> >> > tests some others
> >> > 2. Test 3 was done by Test 2 + "rmmod dell-laptop". All were run with
> >> > all wireless devices are ON
> >> >
> >> > Summary:
> >> > From external behaves such as Desktop's viewpoint (Unity was used and
> >> > hope that's not surprising), the wireless devices are ON/OFF
> >> > correctly. Other details are listed in the report.
> > What am I to make of Sheet1:Row25 vs. Row27?
> > This appears to me that for the Inspiron 3542, Dell Wireless for 3.16 has a
> > functional soft block, while there is no change for Dell RBNT.
> > Rows36 and 37... these are tellin gme that the ARBT method is broken on this
> > machine?
> >> --
> >> Pali RohÃr
> >> pali.rohar@xxxxxxxxx
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