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Wi-Fi Bluetooth for Linux

KeTa_1341526
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Hello,

I am considering using the following FMAC driver.

Cypress Linux WiFi Driver Release (FMAC) [2019-10-31]

However, the Linux kernel version I want to use is 4.14.110.

FMAC is 4.14.77. Is there any problem?

Best regards,

Kenji Takahashi

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VinayakS_26
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The testing for the current release of  fmac is done for 4.14.77.

We need to check whether the 4.14.110 kernel version patches would create any instability/issues while loading the driver.

As of now, the testing are conducted till 4.14.77. Were you able to compile the driver for 4.14.110 kernel version?

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VinayakS_26
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Hi,

What is the hosts architecture? is it x86 or arm?

Regards,

VinayakS_26

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KeTa_1341526
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Hi,

I use ARM (i.MX6SoloX or UL).

Best regards,

Kenji Takahashi

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VinayakS_26
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The testing for the current release of  fmac is done for 4.14.77.

We need to check whether the 4.14.110 kernel version patches would create any instability/issues while loading the driver.

As of now, the testing are conducted till 4.14.77. Were you able to compile the driver for 4.14.110 kernel version?

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