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  1. Somebody will apply it?

    Since my previous message seems did not arrive anyone interested I
    repeat it, stressing that the maintainer seems not to maintain the
    driver, so somebody with access should apply the patch. It's a trivial
    patch...

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    Assumpte: [PATCH] to SIS USB2VGA DRIVER
    Data: Mon, 03 Nov 2008 15:23:46 +0100
    De: Albert Comerma
    A: linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org



    Hi list!, first of all I'm not subscrived to the list but would be great
    if you CC me the answers for this mail.
    I write because a long time ago I detected that just adding a new USB ID
    to the USB2VGA driver it can work with a new adapter. I contacted the
    maintainer as appeared in the MAINTAINERS list;

    SIS FRAMEBUFFER DRIVER
    P: Thomas Winischhofer
    M: thomas@winischhofer.net
    W: http://www.winischhofer.net/linuxsisvga.shtml
    S: Maintained

    SIS USB2VGA DRIVER
    P: Thomas Winischhofer
    M: thomas@winischhofer.net
    W: http://www.winischhofer.at/linuxsisusbvga.shtml
    S: Maintained

    He didn't answered nor added the line, and his web seems down.
    So it would be great if somebody could do this for him.
    I send the patch...

    Cheers,

    Albert





  2. Re: Somebody will apply it?

    2008/11/4 Albert Comerma :

    Hi Albert,

    > Since my previous message seems did not arrive anyone interested I repeat
    > it, stressing that the maintainer seems not to maintain the driver, so
    > somebody with access should apply the patch. It's a trivial patch...


    Your message did reach the list, however it would help if you would
    resend the patch with a clear description and subject line and a
    signed-off-by.

    I tried to contact Thomas a few months ago and also replied no reply,
    for what it's worth. Perhaps CCing the USB maintainer might help.
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