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Date:	Mon, 30 Nov 2009 19:02:41 +0100
From:	Adrian von Bidder <>
To:	Pekka Enberg <>
Cc:	Peter Feuerer <>,,
Subject: Re: acerhdf: stilll fighting between kernel and BIOS?

On Monday 23 November 2009 10.58:54 Pekka Enberg wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 11:17 AM, Adrian von Bidder
> <> wrote:
> > Heyho!
> >
> > On Sunday 22 November 2009 22.27:50 Peter Feuerer wrote:
> >> issues with AOA 150 netbooks should be solved with current 2.6.32-git
> >>  tree. You can also try to use latest acerhdf of
> >
> > Seems to work fine.  That was the fix I thought was already included in
> > 2.6.31.
> Is that commit ded0cdfc6a7673916b0878c32fa8ba566b4f8cdb ("acerhdf: fix
> fan control for AOA150 model")? Should it go to -stable?

Sorry for not answering sooner.

I don't really have time to recompile / test more at this time; in any case, 
I think it's just a minor annoyance and not what I'd feed into a "fixes 
only" tree.  (I'm not involved in kernel development in any way, but I 
thought that the stable tree should be quite limited in what goes in?)

-- vbi

<towo> Alle schlauen Amerikaner arbeiten bei der NSA,
       und die dürfen nicht mit Ausländern sprechen.
        -- #Debian.DE
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