KIYOHARA Takashi | 1 Apr 15:31 2012
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Re: NetBSD/evbarm "supported hardware" list

Hi! Tsutsui-san,

From: Izumi Tsutsui <tsutsui <at> ceres.dti.ne.jp>
Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2012 12:04:37 +0900

> GUMSTIX		2006/10/16	PXA255 Gumstix board

GUMSTIX supports PXA255(Gumstix) and PXA270(Verdex) boards.
Please fix to 'PXA2xx Gumstix board'.  :-)

> MARBELL_NAS	2010/10/02	Generic Marvell SoC based NAS
     ^ typo?  :-)

> OVERO		2010/07/10	Gumstix Inc Overo board

But don't support Overo *STORM now.  *STORM boards works on TI Davinci.
Not STORM works on TI OMAP35xx.

Thanks,
--
kiyohara

Michael | 2 Apr 03:11 2012
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Re: NetBSD/evbarm "supported hardware" list

Hello,

On Sat, 31 Mar 2012 12:04:37 +0900
Izumi Tsutsui <tsutsui <at> ceres.dti.ne.jp> wrote:

> Any updates are also appreciated.
> 
> ---
> 
> config		date		board
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
...
> BEAGLEBOARD	2008/10/22	TI OMAP3530 BeagleBoard (incomplete?)

OMAP's on chip USB controller doesn't work, so its usefulness right now is rather limited.
What does work is video via HDMI, ( omapfb ), serial console, probably flash memory.

> DEVKIT8000	2010/09/08	Embest OMAP3530 DevKit8000 eval Kit 

Since this is based on the Beagle I suspect the same applies here. IIRC there's a driver for the onboard
ethernet controller though.

have fun
Michael

Hiroyuki Bessho | 4 Apr 03:15 2012
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Re: x11 for evbarm

(2012/03/31 11:56), Izumi Tsutsui wrote:
>> I wonder if this should get into 6.0?
> I guess bsh's target is Sharp Netwalker
> (with forthcoming LCD display support)
> and in 6.0 few evbarm boards have functional LCD for X.
> (small LCDs on BEAGLEBOARD, GUMSTIX, TS7200 and TWINTAIL etc?)
>
> ---
> Izumi Tsutsui
  Right, I have tested x11 on NETWALKER and TWINTAIL.    I'll try 
SMDK2410, LUBBOCK, and maybe BEAGLEBOARD, later.

   For 6.0, currently I have no plan to request pull-up.   I'll do so if 
there is a big demand on it, but we'll need a little bit more work.

BR
bsh.

bsh | 4 Apr 09:28 2012
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Re: x11 for evbarm

I have committed tha patch.  Thank you for the review.

At Fri, 30 Mar 2012 07:50:49 -0400,
Michael  wrote:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> On Fri, 30 Mar 2012 12:13:36 +0900
> Hiroyuki Bessho <bsh <at> NetBSD.org> wrote:
> 
> > Hi,
> > 
> >    I'm going to enable x11 build for evbarm as in attached patch, if
> > there is no objections.
> > 
> >    Xorg server with wsfb driver works OK on some of evbarm platforms
> > which have LCD frame buffers.
> 
> Looks good to me. You'll probably want to update the file lists as well ;)
> 
> have fun
> Michael

Izumi Tsutsui | 7 Apr 03:45 2012
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Re: NetBSD/evbarm "supported hardware" list

Thank you for your comments.
I've commited the list as evbarm/conf/README.evbarm.

kiyohara <at>  wrote:

> > GUMSTIX		2006/10/16	PXA255 Gumstix board
> 
> GUMSTIX supports PXA255(Gumstix) and PXA270(Verdex) boards.
> Please fix to 'PXA2xx Gumstix board'.  :-)

Updated "Gumstix Inc. PXA255/270 based boards"

> > MARBELL_NAS	2010/10/02	Generic Marvell SoC based NAS
>      ^ typo?  :-)

Yes, thanks.

> > OVERO		2010/07/10	Gumstix Inc Overo board
> 
> But don't support Overo *STORM now.  *STORM boards works on TI Davinci.
> Not STORM works on TI OMAP35xx.

Also updated "Gumstix Inc. OMAP3530 based Overo boards"

macallan <at>  wrote:

> > BEAGLEBOARD	2008/10/22	TI OMAP3530 BeagleBoard (incomplete?)
> 
> OMAP's on chip USB controller doesn't work, so its usefulness right now is rather limited.
> What does work is video via HDMI, ( omapfb ), serial console, probably flash memory.
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Michael Taylor | Omniscient | 14 Apr 09:19 2012
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Gumstix OVERO

Hi,

I have purchased two Gumstix OVERO COMs (Tide and Water) and a Gumstix board (Tobi).

I am having trouble booting NetBSD-current on these, has anyone got recent experience of doing this?

Below is a console dump whilst booting the OVERO Tide.  Nothing is displayed after passing control 
to the kernel.  From looking at mailing list archives, I am expecting the following:

   NetBSD/evbarm (overo) booting ...

I can confirm that code in gumstix_start.S does start to execute.

By inserting code to print to the console I can confirm that it runs until it flushes the TLB and 
sets the TTB.

I managed to print the following diagnostic details just before the TLB flush.  Interpretation of 
the register values has been done by hand, most of it makes sense except for the control register 
suggesting that the MMU is already turned on?

Kernel Start: 0x80200000
RAM size:     0x20000000
Boot Arg[0]:  0x9ff27fe0
Boot Arg[1]:  0x00000000
Boot Arg[2]:  0x9ffb482a
Boot Arg[3]:  0x9ffb482a
Processor ID: 0x411fc083
   [31:24] Implementor     = 0x41 ARM
   [23:20] Major revision  = 0x1
   [19:16] Architecture    = 0xF
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