APPLIED(E): [SRU][E/OEM-B-OSP1][PATCH 0/1] Disable the SND_SOC_INTEL_SKYLAKE in the kernel config
khalid.elmously at canonical.com
Fri Mar 13 03:23:30 UTC 2020
On 2020-02-21 15:46:15 , Hui Wang wrote:
> BugLink: http://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1864061
> The sof-pci-dev and snd-soc-skl all contains the same pciid, if
> the soc-skl is loaded ahead of sof-pci-dev, the sof driver will
> not work anymore, in the oem project, we manually put the soc-skl
> in the blacklist.
> From kernel-5.4 (focal kernel), the driver soc-skl is disabled by
> default, and there is no users report any issues on it. So let us
> disable soc-skl in the eoan and osp1 kernel too.
> The patch for eoan kernel doesn't remove the modules because looks
> like the abi folder are not controlled by git. This will break the
> modulecheck, so if this patch could be merged, please help remove
> those modules:
> If soc-skl driver is loaded ahead of sof driver, the sof could
> not work anymore, we need to blacklist the soc-skl manually
> Like the focal kernel, we disable the soc_skl driver in the kernel
> [Test Case]
> Tested on Lenovo and Dell machines which has dmic, the sof driver
> could be loaded successfully.
> Tested on the machinces without the dmic, the legacy hda driver
> worked well as before.
> [Regression Risk]
> Low, Focal kernel and mainine-5.5, 5.6-rc kernel all disabled this
> dirver; and We have not met a machine need the soc_skl driver yet;
> and Intel claim that the sof could replace the soc_skl driver.
> Hui Wang (1):
> UBUNTU: [Config] disable SND_SOC_INTEL_SKYLAKE
> debian.oem-osp1/abi/5.0.0-1039.44/amd64/oem-osp1.modules | 4 +---
> debian.oem-osp1/config/annotations | 6 ++++--
> debian.oem-osp1/config/config.common.ubuntu | 4 ++--
> 3 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)
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