On Thu, April 16, 2020 10:01 am, Peter Robinson wrote:
>> So where is this Rev B1 coming from? Why does it not know it's a Rev D1
>> board? This is clearly causing it to pull in the wrong DTB file, which
>> explains why it isn't working.
> It's the last option in the statement check in board detection which
> means it's basically the board of last resort. so it seems your rev of
> the D1 isn't being detected, there was initial support for the revD1
> land upstream in U-Boot in Oct 2017.
*sigh* I acquired this board only a few months ago.
I tried doing a "setenv" within uboot to change the board-name from B1 to
D1 but obviously that didn't do anything since I think it needs to be
detected earlier than that. So this requires a change to u-boot? I must
admit that I've never looked at uboot code so not even sure where to start
to see where I would need to add something for my board, let along figure
out what it is I need to add. (Well, I suppose once I figure out what
it's looking for I can hopefully probe the board to figure out what it's
Why can't they make this easy? :(
Derek Atkins 617-623-3745
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