I had to add a new category after all: gumstix. The embedded word has too broad a meaning.
Updating the kernel wasn’t such a big thing after all, even for a kernel n00b like me. I git cloned the vanilla tree from kernel.org and patched the generic (and one bluetooth) Gumstix patches from OE: arch-config.patch, board-init.patch, header.patch, mach-types-fix.patch, modular-init-bluetooth.patch, tsc2003-config.diff, tsc2003.c, and uImage-in-own-partition.patch. Most of them applied fine, I just had to manually apply simple Makefile patches and change pxa_init_irq call to pxa27x_init_irq.
I don’t know if it really works, but at least it booted:
root@gumstix-custom-verdex:~$ uname -a
Linux gumstix-custom-verdex 2.6.25-rc8-00151-gdc41023 #2 Fri Apr 4 23:43:25 EEST 2008 armv5tel unknown
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Any chance you could make the patchset downloadable?
I messed up my tree and had to do it again. I put the patches here. They should apply to the latest kernel tree.
Looks like vanilla kernel has already support for older PXA25x based Gumstix boards and for some PXA2xx based NOR flash.
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