[PATCHv1] arm: armada: Add .dts file for Netgear ReadyNAS 102
arno at natisbad.org
Sat Jul 6 05:00:34 EDT 2013
Jason Cooper <jason at lakedaemon.net> writes:
> On Thu, Jul 04, 2013 at 11:16:46PM +0200, Arnaud Ebalard wrote:
>> All hardware parts of the (Armada 370 based) NETGEAR ReadyNAS 102 are
>> supported by mainline kernel (USB 3.0 rear ports, USB 2.0 front port,
>> Gigabit controller and PHY, serial port, leds, buttons, SATA ports,
>> G762 fan controller) except for:
>> - the Intersil ISL12057 I2C RTC Chip,
>> - the Armada NAND controller.
>> Support for both of those is currently work in progress and does not
>> prevent boot.
>> Signed-off-by: Arnaud Ebalard <arno at natisbad.org>
>> Hi Jason and Andrew,
>> As requested
>> - this version is tested against current head of linus tree (+ I2C
>> fixes for a race condition; for details, see message #94 of
>> - nand layout entry and ISL12057 entry have been removed until support
>> is available in mainline kernel for eahc of those
>> - clock, gpio led and keys have been made siblings of soc, memory and
>> chosen (reported by Sebastian).
>> Is it still acceptable for current merge window or am I too late?
> Unfortunately, it's too late for v3.11. The arm-soc cutoff is typically
> -rc6 or so. Which usually means we need to see it on lakml by -rc5.
> So, you're ahead of schedule for v3.12 :-P
> However, with any luck, maybe Ezequiel will have something ready for the
> nand driver in time as well...
ok, no problem. That may be better in the end. And regarding the
addition of G762 entries to ReadyNAS Duo v2 .dts file you queued a few
days ago? I was unable to find it in one of your branches and just
wonder where it went and hide.
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