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SubjectRe: [FINAL WARNING] Removal of deprecated serial functions - please update your drivers NOW
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On Mer, 2005-08-31 at 13:52 +0100, Russell King wrote:
> The key thing is that port.dev should be set appropriately and the
> relevant calls to serial8250_suspend_port/serial8250_resume_port
> be made (or port.dev should be NULL if no power management is
> expected - in which case it may be managed as a generic platform
> port.)

Thanks. Thats all I needed to know to whack that into shape once I've
put a legacy 32bit build environment back together for this and for
something akpm wants me to fix in another diff.

Power management is umm special. The port will die on suspend/resume via
Linux (via APM seems to be ok) and need a userspace firmware reload to
come back.

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