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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] ARM: allow, but warn, when issuing ioremap() on RAM
    On Sat, Oct 9, 2010 at 2:43 PM, Dave Airlie <> wrote:
    >> The few drivers that may be hit by this are typically in drivers/staging
    >> exactly because issues like this have not been fixed yet.
    >> We should probably just fix the non-staging drivers that are hit by
    >> this now and declare the issue done.
    >> When you say that "many drivers broken", can you list the ones you know
    >> about? It would probably help resolve this the right way.
    > I'm guessing some closed source graphics drivers for ARM do all kinds
    > of wrong crap, and Nokia use them a lot, and nobody wants to tell the
    > closed vendors to change their drivers because it costs money.

    You are over simplifying things.

    1) The code is open[1]
    2) the decision comes from TI, Nokia can only do so much before shipping
    3) I know many people in Nokia have pushed very hard, and cleaned up
    the driver a lot themselves
    4) There are other companies, Intel is using SGX too

    Anyway, there are other examples, like tidspbridge, which Nokia has
    spent a lot of time cleaning up, and TI made a great effort to push
    into staging. And others already in mainline, like


    Felipe Contreras

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