I'm planning to organize the sm6125-mainline project with the following
- master: Stable release, commits here will be sent to LKML
- upstream: For pulling changes from torvalds/linux, testing and fixing
prior to merging into master
- Any other branches will be used to implement new features to master
This commit switches the previously used commit in favor of the master branch.
After merging the changes from torvalds/linux, the latest commit changed its hash. This commit updates it to the one that's currently in use. (Maybe in the future we could make it so the master branch implements the latest changes and work on merging this stuff on a develop branch?)
pmbootstrap doesn't consider underscores as part of codenames, so we'll
rename the device package to "laurel" instead of "laurel_sprout". Kernel
DTBs will keep the actual device name, since (at least from my
knowledge) it's accepted.
Since one of the goals of the postmarketOS project is to eventually use generic
kernels for most devices, renaming the linux package to use the name for
the SoC instead of the device name makes more sense in the long run and
for other people porting postmarketOS to other devices.