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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/6] rework quirks for the "kt" serial port
    On Fri, Apr 06, 2012 at 11:44:22AM -0700, Dan Williams wrote:
    > The kt serial port intermittently reports unreliable data in its IIR
    > register and needs to reset fifos to stay in sync with firmware when the
    > device is reset.
    > The IIR fixes that went into 3.3 were not complete so patch 3 replaces
    > them with an explicit way to turn on UART_BUG_THRE (i.e. the "I don't
    > trust my iir" flag).

    So the first 3 patches should go into 3.4 (and 3.3-stable) kernels,

    > A new fix for resetting the fifos on device reset is patch 5. Alan
    > asked to make this a new quirk rather than add more workarounds to the
    > core (patch 4).

    These can wait for 3.5?

    > Patch 6 is an untested RFC / RFT from anyone that has a serial
    > suspend/resume use case with an 'init' quirk that has resources that
    > need de-allocation at 'exit'.

    And I'll hold off on this one entirely for now, right?

    greg k-h

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