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Re: Proposal for supporting IXRD425 HAL support in RedBoot v1.92

>>>>> Thevar, Balakesan P writes:

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrew Lunn []
> Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2003 3:02 PM
> To: Thevar, Balakesan P
> Cc:
> Subject: Re: Proposal for supporting IXRD425 HAL support in RedBoot
> v1.92

> ----deleted----

>> IXRD425 is an another board based on IXP425 processor family
>> similar to IXDP425 (Richfield) and GRG (Coyote).  I created the
>> IXRD425 HAL support for RedBoot v1.92, originally downloaded from:

> Second silly question. Is this publicly released? Its a hidden
> directory, so unless you know its there, you cannot access it.

> 	Thats correct. I am not sure about how one can add a feature into this 
> 	code. Anybody has any contact info about this?.

I don't believe there is anything in that tarball that isn't in the
public CVS.

>> I made IXRD425 HAL support as an ecos package, so that we can
>> install it to the RedBoot v1.92.
>> Can I send the ecos package for IXRD425 board support?. I also have
>> the IXRD425 hardware ready for testing the RedBoot.  Is there any
>> procedure involved, please do let me know.  -Bala

> You will need to assign the copywrite to RedHat. See
> Our past experience is
> that Intel won't sign such an agreement. Maybe this time it will be
> different?

>  	Understood. Can anyone point to a contact person in RedHat who is 
> 	responsible for the directory in redhat FTP site - 
> 	I want to add our board (IXRD425) support on this code.

I'm the one who put the tarball there. Its not meant as a source for
further development. Your new port should go in the public CVS.


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