Re: Please pull 'ssb-drivers' branch of wireless-2.6

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From: "John W. Linville" <linville@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2007 16:44:28 -0400

> Jeff, Greg, Gary, and Dave,
> These patches build upon the SSB bus support added to net-2.6.24 to
> support the b43 wireless driver.  Since Dave has that support in his
> tree, I'm asking him to merge these patches as well.
> The first patch changes b44 from being a PCI (i.e. SSB-in-drag)
> device to being a native SSB device.  This has little effect one
> way or the other for laptop/desktop/server machines.  But, some
> embedded devices have b44 hardware but no PCI bus (i.e. just SSB).
> This patch enables the use of the b44 driver on that hardware.
> The second patch adds a driver for a USB OHCI device which lives on
> the SSB bus.  Again, this is found on a number of SoC devices used
> especially in wireless routers and APs.
> Thanks for reviewing/ACKing/merging!

I've merged the B44 driver conversion into my tree.

I'll let Greg take in the OHCI thing.  I would suggest that he
queue it up, and then once I get the net-2.6.24 tree into the
merge window (which contains the SSB stack) he can push the
OHCI change in afterwards.

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