woohoo: PSCI _does_ work on the Pine64! (in contrast to what the BSP code would make one believe)
all 4 cores are there, no extra code, just a PSCI DT node
and ... wait for it ....
reset and poweroff work too!
RTC works (although it seems to be a bit off)
GPIO works (tested via sysfs)
now fighting my way through the clock mess to get MMC working ...
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wens: can I get the MMC working with fixed-clocks only?
or do I need at least the "mmc" clock to be programmable?
apritzel: in case you care - i got all my ethernet IO working, and my realtime serial bitbanging works well too, i'm likely still relying on u-boot to configure some hardware for me (i might try to track this down but its not too important to me), but it works great, i can drive my LEDs over ethernet :) i will try to tidy it up some more so it can be used as a base for other "microcontroller" style projects, you were a huge help!
NiteHawk: Thx, in case he merges your PR can you please update the wiki?
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tkaiser: sure. if that doesn't happen within some reasonable timeframe, we might also point to my fork instead. it also seems another user (simonnagl) already forked the original to add the changes from the forum
plaes: there's a lot more to it to support the A10 / A20 properly
and I'd really like to first get the serie I have here merged before supporting that
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mripard: yeah, I know
wens: yeah, we're using a regmap based clock in the drm driver
plaes: especially on the A10 that seems to require the frontentd
that we're not using at all
well, I currently have required clocks (hopefully) there
yeah, but my point is that you need more than clocks ;)
backend, frontend and display engine
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