Patch for WindowsMobile5 on Linux Kernel - Kernel

This is a discussion on Patch for WindowsMobile5 on Linux Kernel - Kernel ; Dear all, Would it be possible to include the patches (available on www.synce.org ) for WindowsMobile5, as most mobile phones are under Window$, and it is very convenient to connect it to the laptop under Linux http://www.synce.org/index.php/Conne...-rndis-lite%29 Thanks a lot ...

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  1. Patch for WindowsMobile5 on Linux Kernel


    Dear all,

    Would it be possible to include the patches (available on www.synce.org)
    for WindowsMobile5, as most mobile phones are under Window$, and it is
    very convenient to connect it to the laptop under Linux

    http://www.synce.org/index.php/Conne...-rndis-lite%29

    Thanks a lot in advance,

    Jom
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  2. Re: Patch for WindowsMobile5 on Linux Kernel


    > FWIW, the patch in question is a one-liner:
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    Yes, that is why it shall be probably possible to include it in the kernel ?

    I do not have the contact with SynCE developers. Maybe one of you have.

    Jom
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  3. Re: Patch for WindowsMobile5 on Linux Kernel

    On Tue, 2007-10-09 at 11:37 +0200, Xavier Bestel wrote:

    > FWIW, the patch in question is a one-liner:


    That's not a valid argument. This may work with a WM5 device, but looks
    very dubious, wrt. other RNDIS devices. Why are these constants
    hardcoded and not taken in some way from the descriptors?

    There must be some justification why these values need to be hardcoded,
    and if so, this must be dependent on the rndis device really being a WM5
    device.

    Nacked-By: Thomas Sailer


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