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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/5] arm: dts: linksys: rename codename to model
On Tue, Apr 07, 2020 at 01:38:17PM -1000, Paul Spooren wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
> thank you very much for the quick response!
> Are you okay with adding the new compatible string as first element of
> the list? This would already simplify the OpenWrt build system.

That should be fine. OF will keep searching from first till last for a

> What about the changed labels? Are they considered ABI too?

You mean LED names. I would consider those ABI. People can have
scripts which configure the LEDs how they want, blinking heartbeat,

> Regarding file names, I'm new to ABI policies. Within OpenWrt this is
> all done via a single line patch, I'm not familiar with any other
> installers/bootloaders.

Well, it would break how i boot my wrt1900ac. I tftpboot it, grabbing
both the kernel and the DB blob from my TFTP server. If the blob
changes names, i would need to modify my uboot configuration.

I don't know if Debian has full support for any of these boards, but
if i remember correctly, flash-kernel has a database of machine names
and DTB file names. My wrt1900ac is quite happy running Debian, but i
don't have it booting the Debian way, because i use it for kernel
hacking. But maybe there are people out there that do.


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