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SubjectRe: Solution: N810 keyboard regression
On Sat, Jun 06, 2009 at 11:51:34PM +0200, ext Luke-Jr wrote:
> Found the problem with the 2.6.29 N810 keyboard regression in this commit:
> commit c83702a764c3099df50f215b8e79e07344e34a1a
> Author: Felipe Balbi <felipe.balbi@nokia.com>
> Date: Thu Feb 19 12:29:40 2009 +0000
> input: lm8323: get rid of useless debug macro
> we can use dev_vdbg() which is only true when VERBOSE is enabled.
>
> Part of this commit removed the "default" values for platform parameters, but
> set the N810's size_y to 8 instead of the earlier default of 12. Changing this
> to 12 (patch to follow) fixes the keyboard regression. Note, the total keys on
> the N810 is in fact under 64, so 8x8 seems correct. Not sure why it doesn't
> work like that in practise. I did notice a curious line in the driver that
> might (or might not) be related/wrong...
>
> drivers/input/keyboard/lm8323.c line 353:
> int keysize = (lm->size_x << 4) | lm->size_y;
>
> Shouldn't this be lm->size_x * lm->size_y?

Are you sure that was the commit that changed it ?
that commit is only getting rid of the debug() macro and making use of
dev_vdbg().

If you had just followed git blame you'd see that was already the
default value on n810's lm8323 platform_data since the initial import of
that code into linux-omap.

I do recall testing my patches on n810 before sending them upstream and
they were working. How are you testing this ? which tree are you using ?
did you try changing that keysize calculation ? Do you see irqs comming?
Any debugging messages ?

--
balbi


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