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start [2018/05/21 11:27]
matthias created
start [2019/08/01 18:25]
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 This is an attempt to create a place where you can find information about Linux mainline kernel support for [[http://​www.mediatek.com/​|MediaTek]] SoCs. In this wiki you will find information about the available platforms powered by a MediaTek SoC. The idea is to make this a place used and maintained by the (yet small) community. This is an attempt to create a place where you can find information about Linux mainline kernel support for [[http://​www.mediatek.com/​|MediaTek]] SoCs. In this wiki you will find information about the available platforms powered by a MediaTek SoC. The idea is to make this a place used and maintained by the (yet small) community.
  
 +A table which tries to provide the [[linux_mainline_effort|mainline effort]] is also available
 ==== Devices ==== ==== Devices ====
 Up to now, only a few devices are easily usable for development and also have some datasheets published. Up to now, only a few devices are easily usable for development and also have some datasheets published.
-  * [[Bananapi-R2]] +  * [[Devices:Bananapi-R2]] 
-  * [[Acer Chromebook R13]] +  * [[Devices:​Bananapi-R64]] 
-  * [[Mediatek X20|Mediatek X20 development board]]+  * [[Devices:Acer Chromebook R13]] 
 +  * [[Devices:Mediatek X20|Mediatek X20 development board]]
  
 ==== Other resources ==== ==== Other resources ====
 There are several resource you can use or must use to participate in the **Linux mainline community**. There are several resource you can use or must use to participate in the **Linux mainline community**.
  
-  * There is a **[[https://​lists.infradead.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​linux-mediatek|mailinglist]]** where you can find the latest patches. You can help test and review these to help speeding up it's submission to mainline. Although you can of course send your own patches. Please take into account the specific [[https://​git.kernel.org/​pub/​scm/​linux/​kernel/​git/​torvalds/​linux.git/​tree/​Documentation/​process?​h=v4.17-rc6|procedures]] for this.+  * There is a **[[https://​lists.infradead.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​linux-mediatek|mailinglist]]** where you can find the latest patches. You can help test and review these to help speeding up it's submission to mainline. Although you can of course send your own patches. Please take into account the specific [[https://​git.kernel.org/​pub/​scm/​linux/​kernel/​git/​torvalds/​linux.git/​tree/​Documentation/​process|procedures]] for this.
   * If you prefer you can also check the [[https://​patchwork.kernel.org/​project/​linux-mediatek/​list/​|patchwork]] of the mailinglist.   * If you prefer you can also check the [[https://​patchwork.kernel.org/​project/​linux-mediatek/​list/​|patchwork]] of the mailinglist.
   * We also have an **IRC channel** called #​linux-mediatek on freenode   * We also have an **IRC channel** called #​linux-mediatek on freenode
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