AVR32 + Marvell8385, ETIMEDOUT helper firmware loading problem
dcbw at redhat.com
Thu Aug 21 10:26:44 EDT 2008
On Thu, 2008-08-21 at 10:04 +0200, Fabien Sartor wrote:
> Dan Williams a écrit :
> > On Wed, 2008-08-20 at 10:02 +0200, Fabien Sartor wrote:
> >> Hello libertas,
> >> I'm with an AVR32 architecture and I'm trying to operate a marvell8385
> >> chip in sdio for 2 months. I stop always at the same point. When the
> >> driver load the helper, it response me :
> > What kernel version, and if you're using a libertas version not from
> > that kernel, what date did you pull it from?
> >> libertas: can't load helper firmware
> >> libertas: failed to load helper firmware
> >> SDIO: Disabling IRQ for mmc0:0001:1...
> >> After deeps investigations, I found the « int if_sdio_prog_helper(struct
> >> if_sdio_card *card) » in "if_sdio.c" return me : ret = -ETIMEDOUT; (ret
> >> = -110), and I don't know why !
> > It basically means the card wasn't ready to accept another firmware
> > block after 1 second. What silicon revision is your 8385 BTW?
> I use Linux 18.104.22.168 with kernel libertas version, and the revision of
> the chip is 88W8385 TGJ1.
> I fact, I use a XG-180M module from ZCom.
It'll be lower down on the chip, likely just to the right of the 4-digit
manufacture date code. TGJ1 is the physical package type.
0644 B2P ES
The "B2P" is the revision, so for example I've got a B2 8686. The 8385
revision code should be in the same place.
That picture shows a B2 revision ("B2P").
> >> I found the firmware in this site :
> >> http://projects.linuxtogo.org/projects/marvell8385/. I tried others
> >> firmware and it doesn't operate anyway.
> > Which firmware did you get from there? Because I'm pretty sure the only
> > firmware there is CompactFlash firmware, not SDIO firmware, and since
> > you're apparently using and SDIO part, you probably don't have the right
> > firmware. You should have gotten some SDIO firmware from Marvell when
> > you got the card, or from your upstream supplier.
> > Dan
> Yes, you are right, It's probably not the good firmware. I asked Marvell
> to give me an access to its Intranet. I will see and I'll give you a back.
> Thank you Dan,
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