[meta-xilinx] [PATCH 6/7] zcu102-zynqmp: Use 'rev 1.0' U-Boot config and deploy boot.bin
mike.looijmans at topic.nl
Tue Oct 10 06:43:34 PDT 2017
On 10-10-17 12:45, Luca Ceresoli wrote:
> Hi Mike, Nathan,
> On 09/10/2017 12:43, Mike Looijmans wrote:
>> On 09-10-17 11:23, Luca Ceresoli wrote:
>>> Hi Nathan,
>>> What's the current status of U-Boot SPL on zynqmp? Last time I checked
>>> it appeared not yet ready for a complete Linux boot, because it cannot
>>> pass the configuration object to the PMU firmware.
>>> - Can U-Boot SPL boot a complete Linux without FSBL on zcu102?
>>> - How much that applies to other zynqmp chips and boards (especially
>> I worked around it by building the config object into the pmufw:
>> The data is already there, all that's needed is a line of code that
>> installs it.
> Interesting, thanks! It's really a small patch, I will certainly test it.
> On which board/silicon did you test it?
On our own boards, "topic-miamimp", we currenlty have xczu6ug, xczu9ug and
xczu15ug chips on them. The modules can be used as drop-in replacement for our
>> This also gets around the licensing issue, the config object is not GPL
>> compatible, so including it into u-boot code poses a challenge in itself.
> Sure. And I agree with Nathan it seems a good solution also from a
> technical point of view.
Technically a better approach may be to "compile" the configuration blob into
a separate binary and append it to the pmufw.bin. It'd make it replacable, and
reduce the resident size of the pmufw.
It would even make sense to send the configuration from the kernel, since
apparently you need to change the config if you decide (for example) to use
the SPI1 controller in an application. The SD0 controller being disabled by
default in the config already gave me a really bad headache as it caused the
SD driver to defer...
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