Am 28.08.2013 16:31, schrieb Guillaume Gardet:
on my Chromebook running openSUSE 12.3, I noticed in
dmesg that S5P firmwares were not found whereas kernel-firmware package is installed.
The problem is that s5p-mfc-v6.fw and s5p-mfc.fw are in /lib/firmware/s5p-mfc and linux
kernel is looking for those firmwares in /lib/firmware/.
After making symlinks, no more complaint about missing firmwares.
Which part is faulty? kernel-firmware or kernel-chromebook?
What would be the best fix? Making a package with symlinks (if it is possible)?
My guess is that kernel-firmware is more recent than kernel-chromebook,
so the Contrib kernel would be at fault.
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