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A1 R4_18xx ap_dfs arago_opt_async_tx arago_opt auth_redesign conf_ini debug for-upstream internal-r5.1-tmp internal_jb internal master mbss_internal mbss_suspend mbss mc_internal_align mc_internal_async mc_internal_cookie mc_internal_debug_ht mc_internal_iop_bug mc_internal_rebase mc_internal_states mc_internal_wip mc_internal mc_internal_39-luca mc_internal_39_cookie mc_internal_39 mc_internal_310 mc_new_scan_api mc_scan mc_18xx mmc_speed omap5_dbg orit pacing_fix plt_wip r5.1 release_r8.a2.05 sg_dma sg_tests smart_config smart_config_39 stbc tmp_roaming tx_sched upstream_310 upstream_312_mbss upstream_312_mbss_32 upstream_312 upstream_313_mbss upstream_314_mbss upstreaming wlconf_mac_addr yaniv_mbss_test
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DO NOT ADD FIRMWARE TO THIS DIRECTORY. ====================================== This directory is only here to contain firmware images extracted from old device drivers which predate the common use of request_firmware(). As we update those drivers to use request_firmware() and keep a clean separation between code and firmware, we put the extracted firmware here. This directory is _NOT_ for adding arbitrary new firmware images. The place to add those is the separate linux-firmware repository: git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/firmware/linux-firmware.git That repository contains all these firmware images which have been extracted from older drivers, as well various new firmware images which we were never permitted to include in a GPL'd work, but which we _have_ been permitted to redistribute under separate cover. To submit firmware to that repository, please send either a git binary diff or preferably a git pull request to: David Woodhouse <email@example.com> Ben Hutchings <firstname.lastname@example.org> Your commit should include an update to the WHENCE file clearly identifying the licence under which the firmware is available, and that it is redistributable. If the licence is long and involved, it's permitted to include it in a separate file and refer to it from the WHENCE file. Ideally, your commit should contain a Signed-Off-By: from someone authoritative on the licensing of the firmware in question (i.e. from within the company that owns the code).