PMU setting in bcm2387 dtsi file

Vince Weaver vincent.weaver at
Wed Aug 23 10:50:13 PDT 2017

On Wed, 16 Aug 2017, Stefan Wahren wrote:

> > I only tested 64-bit.  I could try a 32-bit upstream kernel too if you
> > want but it might be a few days until I get a chance to do that.
> No need to hurry. The merges for 4.14 have been pulled.

I've been trying to get an upstream 32-bit kernel to boot on Pi3 without 
much luck.  It just hangs at boot.  Do I need to do anything unusual to 
the Raspbian bootloader to get it to boot a 32-bit kernel?  All of the 
tutorials about this I can find have you installing uboot first, and I was 
trying to avoid that.

I haven't been able to get any additional info on the IRQs from the pi 


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