Never put yourselves at the mercy of closed software. It always bites you eventually.dom wrote:(My knowledge on this is pretty limited. We bought in a block of hardware and got with it the dwc_otg linux driver. No one at Broadcom knows in detail how it works.)
There's no ifs about it.AlArenal wrote:So it all comes down to the real problem being a problem of many ifs that lie an unknown number of years in the future.
Very good point there, Pickle, which I had not brought up.Pickle wrote:The real problem is when the hardware goes into EOL and all support from broadcom will vanish and users are stuck with binaries that will break with other open source software (i.e kernel and X) that continues to advance.