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Joseph



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When did you submit your patches to the Linux kernel. Do you know when they are scheduled for inclusion in the Linux kernel?
Mehmet



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Hi Joseph,
the process is still under way and currently i cannot provide you an estimated timeline unfortunately. Once i receive input from the Linux team i will share it with you.

/Mehmet
Mehmet



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Hi Adrian,
just a short update, i suspect your findings with the Speak 410/510 is due to a bug in the products. Issue is informed to the project team and next step is to get an expected timeline for the fix. I will keep you updated.

Do you have any other headset models which you could use? Else let me know..

Thanks
Mehmet
Adrian



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Hi Mehmet,

Thanks for handling this issue.
We plan to add support for HID in a few weeks. Are there any updates available from the project team?
Is it possible for the project team to commit for a date when this would be fixed?

Thank you,
Adi.
Joseph



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My status is: We had success on SUSE, and plan to fix final bugs on SUSE next week.
After we release on SUSE, we will test on Red Hat, Ubuntu and Debian.
Then I hope Jabra will submit to the Linux kernel. It is very important, to avoid forcing users to rebuild their OS.
Mehmet



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Thanks Joseph for your update. We are fully aware of the situation and the inconvenience it is to manually patch the kernel - we are looking into to alternatives where patching of kernel is not required. We have not yet reached stage where i can share some material. Once this is achieved i will provide and let you know. I will check with the team and see if i can share a timeline for you.

Thanks
Joseph



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We got your SDK working OK on our Skype for Business client on RHEL and SUSE.
It fails on RHEL 6.
I have a big customer still on RHEL 6.
But they will eventually upgrade to a newer RHEL version.
MORE IMPORTANT: I need a solution that does not require user to rebuild his OS. It's a very bad requirement.
Mehmet



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Hi Joseph,
im currently looking at the new unreleased linux SDK and if no major issues are present i might be able to share the package to you sooner than previously communicated over mail.

I will know more the coming days.

/Mehmet
 
 
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