[MinnowBoard] GSOC'15 - Idea feedback - SMBus Kernel Support
mike at proclivis.com
Tue Mar 24 19:52:30 UTC 2015
If you change the block read/write to 64 bytes and had a Beagle trace of it along with a patch, even if it was hacked, it would show you can:
- Install Ubuntu
- Find the code in the i2c/smbus driver and modify it
- Compile and run the kernel
- Write a simple SMBus application to test
- Give the app and patch for review and testing
If you can do that, you can probably succeed with a general improvement to SMBus.
On Mar 23, 2015, at 5:07 PM, Subhashish Pradhan <sprkv5 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm Subhashish Pradhan, a 3rd year CS undergrad from India. I am
> interested in the following idea: "SMBus Kernel Support".
> I see that this project requires C, some Linux driver and kernel
> skills. I believe I have these skills thanks to my GSoC project with
> GNU/Hurd last year and from writing
> basic kernel modules for the Eudyptula Challenge.
> Since this task is to be performed on the kernel source built on a
> MinnowBoard, what could be some basic work that can be done to
> demonstrate proficiency related to this project?
> Any helpful directions/commments will be appreciated.
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