2009-09-21 03:32:52     Dsa problem in 2009R1-RC6

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2009-09-21 03:32:52     Dsa problem in 2009R1-RC6

Daniele Pagani (ITALY)

Message: 80182   

 

Dear sirs,

 

I'm using:

 

uclinux-dist revision 8812 and

 

linux-kernel 7258

 

with a custom board, BF537 and Micrel Ethernet switch KSZ8893.

 

I have changed the stamp configuration, renamed stamp-live.c, taking the dsa settings from BF518.

 

All works fine.

 

Then, in order to start a production, I want to use the ultimate release, 2009R1-RC6.

 

I see that something was changed about DSA, so, I took the settings from BF518 and put them into stamp.c.

 

When I boot the system, with the same u-boot, I receive an error, as in log.TXT.

 

Has somebody some ideas?

 

Best regards,

 

Daniele.

 

stamp.c

stamp_live.c

log.txt

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2009-09-21 09:31:23     Re: Dsa problem in 2009R1-RC6

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

Message: 80193   

 

did you use the updated resources as found in the bf518-ezkit, or are you still using the old ones ?

 

if you disable the network driver completely, do you still get an error ?

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2009-09-21 10:09:58     Re: Dsa problem in 2009R1-RC6

Daniele Pagani (ITALY)

Message: 80195   

 

Hi,

 

I update the resource according to bf518, otherwise I receive compilation error.

 

I'm testing without network driver.

 

Best regards,

 

Daniele.

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2009-09-21 10:47:22     Re: Dsa problem in 2009R1-RC6

Daniele Pagani (ITALY)

Message: 80196   

 

If I remove network driver, kernel works fine.

 

Any idea?

 

Regards,

 

Daniele.

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2009-09-21 11:21:39     Re: Dsa problem in 2009R1-RC6

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

Message: 80198   

 

if you're already using the 2009R1 svn branch, you should stick with it.  it will receive updates that the release wont have.  in fact, the revision you're already on (7258) is newer than the actual release, so you're going backwards.

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