[PATCH] ARM: OMAP3: Beagle: Fix USB Host on beagle xM Ax/Bx
rogerq at ti.com
Mon Jul 15 04:16:52 EDT 2013
On 07/12/2013 01:52 PM, Stefan Roese wrote:
> On 07/12/2013 11:15 AM, Roger Quadros wrote:
>>>> Good idea. I'm currently using a "dirty" local version. I'll try to
>>>> switch to an officially available version tomorrow. And send you the
>>>> version/git id.
>>> I updated my U-Boot to the following version: Based on mainline git
>>> commit ID 225fd8c. Only this patch added:
>>> This is needed for USB to work in U-Boot. Otherwise my external USB
>>> SMSC95xx will not be detected in U-Boot.
>> I can only test on beagle-xm (which is also rev. C2) with integrated SMSC ethernet chip
>> as I don't have an external USB-ethernet adapter.
> Too bad. This difference in boards makes the tests a bit less
> meaningful. Is there really no USB-ethernet adapter somewhere in your
> department (perhaps a non-SMSC95xx might serve as well?)? I might
> send/order you one if necessary. ;)
Thanks for the offer :). I'll just get one for myself by today/tomorrow.
The one available here uses this driver "drivers/net/usb/asix.c"
>> The above commit doesn't work well for beagle-xm,
> Why is this? What does happen? Does U-Boot not boot up to the prompt?
> Please send me a log.
The last time it had failed I remember seeing a lot of IO pad configuration errors.
But I'm no longer able to reproduce that problem. Maybe it was just a messed up
build. In case I observe it again I'll let you know.
>> so my u-boot is on tag v2013.04
>> and you don't need that additional patch.
>> Can you please retest on it? Thanks.
> Done, please see below.
>> You will need to set "usbethaddr" before starting USB else SMSC will not work.
>> setenv usbethaddr A6:66:4D:B0:69:04
> I don't have a beagle-xm, only my beable. And my U-Boot network setup is
> already working, thanks.
Right. you won't need that for beagle. It was only for beagle-xm or panda with on board
>> Also could you please increase the Linux console message verbosity to debug (8), so that
>> all kernel messages are visible in the log? If it spits out something more than what you
>> sent last time then do send it to me.
> I added "ignore_loglevel" to the cmdline. But I cannot see anything
> interesting that has not been there before with "debug" as well.
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