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SubjectRe: [PATCH] rtc: max8997: Add driver for max8997 rtc.
On 2013년 02월 07일 11:28, Andrew Morton wrote:
> On Thu, 07 Feb 2013 10:43:23 +0900 wrote:
>>> The best way of handling this sort of thing is for the driver to probe
>>> the hardware, work out its capabilities and "do the right thing".
>>> The second best way is to require that the user add certain module
>>> parameters to enable the functionality.
>> How do we create sysfs node for enabling these options?
> I suggest using module_param[_named](), so users can execute "modprobe
> max8997 wtsr=1". Or, if the driver is built into vmlinux, add
> "max8997.wtsr=1" to the kernel boot command line.
> Documentation/kernel-parameters.txt mentions this.
Sorry, my question was incorrect, I meant to suggest to create sysfs node not to
ask you to let me know how to implement sysfs node. Anyway I'll apply your
comment and re-patch it soon.

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