ath10k-firmware: QCA4019 hw1.0: Add Linksys MR8300 specific BDFs

Christian Lamparter chunkeey at
Sat Sep 19 11:03:45 EDT 2020


On 2020-09-15 17:02, Hans Geiblinger wrote:
> The support for this device is currently being added into OpenWrt. This AP requires
> two special BDFs to get the Wi-Fi PHYs working (correctly).
> * description for what hardware this is:
>    - it is a IPQ4019 based board
>    - one QCA40xx radio is used as 2.4GHz radio
>    - one QCA40xx radio is used as 5GHz radio
> * origin of the board file (did you create it yourself or where you
>    downloaded)
>    - boarddata files were taken from OEM LinksysFW_MR8300_1.1.7.201281_prod.img
> * ids to be used with the board file (ATH10K_BD_IE_BOARD_NAME in ath10k)
>    - QCA4019 hw1.0
>      +bus=ahb,bmi-chip-id=0,bmi-board-id=20,variant=linksys-mr8300-v0-fcc
>        SHA256: 0A8E9DBBD12A87AEDACA743B21756014F80C91FB4D1AB7FF7D1E7F059398522B
>      +bus=ahb,bmi-chip-id=0,bmi-board-id=21,variant=linksys-mr8300-v0-fcc
>        SHA256: A6DAF207C79BC6E0106ECD5231B5F127A36ED0A1AF5B324C5949CC07DA3CC925
Please use the md5sums: <>
(Initially the checksums were sha256, but the tools already had the md5sum integrated.
 From what I know Kalle uses the checksum just to check that nothing got corrupted when
importing the mails)

> * attach the actual board file (board.bin)
>    - All eight bin files have been included. For OpenWRT we will be using the "fcc" variant.

you might as well only post the fcc variants in that case.

>    - The name of the files are equal to the id string in the board-2.bin
>      (minus the ".bin")


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