[PATCH v3] ARM: shmobile: BOCK-W: add Ether support

Simon Horman horms at verge.net.au
Sun Jun 16 22:10:47 EDT 2013

On Sun, Jun 16, 2013 at 08:14:12PM +0400, Sergei Shtylyov wrote:
> Hello.
> On 12.06.2013 18:09, Simon Horman wrote:
> >>Register Ether device from bockw_init(), passing the platform data to it, adding
> >>only the RMII pin group to bockw_pinctrl_map[].  Although the LINK signal exists
> >>on the board, it's connected to the link/activity LED  output of the PHY, thus
> >>the link disappears and reappears after each packet. We'd be better off ignoring
> >>such signal and getting the link state from the PHY indirectly.
> >>Signed-off-by: Sergei Shtylyov <sergei.shtylyov at cogentembedded.com>
> >>---
> >>The patch is atop of Simon's 'renesas.git' repo, 'renesas-next-20130528' tag
> >>and the USB patches just reposted. I decided to move it ahead of the VIN patches
> >>as it can be merged right now since all dependecies have been already met.
> >Thanks, queued up in the boards branch.
>    Has this been pulled by Olof/Arnd? If not, is it possible to
> amend this patch or should I send an incremental one? I forgot to
> update the platform device name from "sh-eth" to "r8a777x-ether" in
> the PinMux table, in accordance to the R8A7778 Ether device name
> fix. It would be
> good if this got into 3.11 as otherwise Ether support on BOCK-W
> wouldn't work. I have discovered the mistake only yesterday.

This patch is not present in arm-soc nor have I sent a pull request for it,
though I was planing to do so today.

I think that the best thing would be if you sent an incremental patch
which I can add to the boards branch and then send a pull-request for
that branch to Olof and Arnd.

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