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    • Peter Korsgaard's avatar
      openblocks_a6_defconfig: improve/fix configuration · 4b659914
      Peter Korsgaard authored
      
      
      The board has an ethernet interface, so enable DHCP for it.
      
      The used flash chip uses 16K erase blocks, so use that for JFFS2:
      
      mtdinfo -a
      ..
      mtd5
      Name:                           user
      Type:                           nand
      Eraseblock size:                16384 bytes, 16.0 KiB
      Amount of eraseblocks:          1915 (31375360 bytes, 29.9 MiB)
      Minimum input/output unit size: 512 bytes
      Sub-page size:                  256 bytes
      OOB size:                       16 bytes
      Character device major/minor:   90:10
      Bad blocks are allowed:         true
      Device is writable:             true
      
      While we're at it, add a readme explaining how to build and upload the build
      to the board.
      
      Signed-off-by: default avatarPeter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>
      4b659914
  6. 15 Jun, 2017 1 commit
    • Peter Korsgaard's avatar
      configs/pc_x86_64_{bios,efi}_defconfig: use custom linux config · 35d4f50f
      Peter Korsgaard authored
      
      
      Reusing the qemu x86-64 linux config isn't very obvious, so these defconfigs
      aren't taken into consideration when the qemu defconfigs are updated,
      breaking the build.
      
      Instead use a custom linux config for the pc defconfigs.  With this, we also
      can get rid of the fragment file containing the delta fra the qemu config.
      
      Created by linux-update-defconfig (after turning of the fragment file).
      Also drop the linux kernel version number from the file name as it just
      causes extra noise whenever the kernel is bumped.
      
      Signed-off-by: default avatarPeter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>
      35d4f50f
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    • Waldemar Brodkorb's avatar
      configs/qemu: bump to the latest kernel version · 28d97609
      Waldemar Brodkorb authored
      
      
      Xtensa patches no longer required, the make target name changed
      to Image. The Qemu binary for OpenRisc was renamed upstream.
      I removed the x86->x86_64 symlink, independent files preferred.
      
      Defconfig               Kernel  Qemu            Network Status
      --------------------------------------------------------------
      aarch64_virt            4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      arm_versatile           4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      arm_versatile_nommu     4.4.70   2.9.0           YES     OK
      arm_vexpress            4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      m68k_mcf5208            4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      m68k_q800               4.11.3   q800-v2.4.0     NO (2)  OK
      microblazebe            4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      microblazeel            4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      mips32r2el_malta        4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      mips32r2_malta          4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      mips32r6el_malta        4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      mips32r6_malta          4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      mips64el_malta          4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      mips64_malta            4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      mips64r6el_malta        4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      mips64r6_malta          4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      nios2-10m50             4.11.3   2.9.0           NO      OK
      or1k                    4.11.3   2.9.0           NO      OK (5)
      ppc_g3beige             4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      ppc_mpc8544ds           4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      ppc_virtex_ml507        4.9.6    2.9.0           NO      OK (3)
      ppc64_pseries           4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      sh4                     4.9.6    2.9.0           YES     OK (4)
      sh4eb                   4.9.6    2.9.0           NO (1)  OK (4)
      sparc_ss10              4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      sparc64_sun4u           4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      sparc_sun4u             4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      x86                     4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      x86_64                  4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      xtensa_lx60             4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      xtensa_lx60_nommu       4.11.3   2.9.0           YES     OK
      
      (1) - Probably an endian issue with 8139 emulation/driver
      (2) - There's a network interface, but enabling it in qemu fails
      (3) - Kernel oops with 4.11.3 on boot
      (4) - System is extremely slow with 4.11.3, needs further investigation
      (5) - Qemu binary got renamed to qemu-system-or1k
      
      Signed-off-by: default avatarWaldemar Brodkorb <wbx@openadk.org>
      Signed-off-by: default avatarPeter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>
      28d97609
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    • Peter Korsgaard's avatar
      board: add support for nexbox a95x · 688c9aab
      Peter Korsgaard authored
      
      
      Nexbox A95X is a low cost Android STB based around an Amlogic s905(x) SoC
      (quad A53), 8/16GB eMMC and 1/2GB RAM.
      
      Both the s905 (gxbb) and s905x (gxl) variant is supported.
      
      This defconfig uses mainline Linux.  As the mainline support for s905 is
      quite young, use the latest release candidate.  There is currently no
      support for this board in U-Boot or sources available for the vendor U-Boot,
      so the defconfig doesn't build a u-boot and instead uses the existing U-Boot
      available in the eMMC.  This also means that we need to wrap the kernel as
      uImage, which isn't suppported for aarch64.  Instead this is done in the
      post-build script.
      
      Mainline aarch64 defconfig builds most drivers modular, so add mdev for
      module autoloading.
      
      [Peter: explicitly set BR2_cortex_a53=y]
      Signed-off-by: default avatarPeter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>
      688c9aab
  30. 17 Feb, 2017 1 commit