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SubjectRe: Oops in acpi_gpiochip_add on MacBookPro with Linux v3.14-12042-g69cd9eba3886
On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 08:22:12AM -0400, Josh Boyer wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 2:50 AM, Rafał Miłecki <> wrote:
> > 2014-04-09 23:09 GMT+02:00 Josh Boyer <>:
> >> With Linux v3.14-12042-g69cd9eba3886 I get an oops from the bcma
> >> module on the MacBookPro 10,2 I have here. This works fine with Linux
> >> v3.14-7333-g59ecc26004e7. There have been no changes between those
> >> two versions to bcma itself, but the GPIO merge did go in that window.
> >> I can attempt to do a bisect tomorrow, but looking over some of the
> >> GPIO commits it seems pretty relevant to the ACPI GPIO changes. I'm
> >> hoping someone here has an idea on what the issue might be and has
> >> some possible things for me to test for fixes.
> >
> > Bug report:
> > Patch:
> > Tested by Sabrina:
> > (all links are for the same thread).
> >
> > Now you simply have to find above patch in some git tree :) Not sure
> > if it's already in Linus's one.
> Ah, wonderful. I now wish I would have found those in my searching
> before doing the bisect. Oh well. For what it's worth, my bisect
> landed on the same commit.
> The fix isn't in Linus' tree or linux-next. I'm guessing Mika is
> either still on vacation, or hasn't sent out the formal fix yet.

No, not on vacation anymore (unfortunately). I did send the formal patch

but it isn't merged to Linus' GPIO tree yet.
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