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Revision as of 07:39, 16 December 2014

This page contains details about the latest kernel branch and any known quirks/special requirements.

It will be periodically updated to keep up to speed with the latest.

The current branch tracking mainline 3.16

https://github.com/MIPS/CI20_linux

Status of Linux Kernel Drivers

Core

Name State Notes
IRQ Controller drivers/irqchip/irq-jz4780.c. Very similar between SoCs (4740 has one bank, 60,70,80 has two banks)
Clocks Works drivers/clk/jz47xx, could have common drivers/clk/ingenic for all SoCs with SoC specific binding using common components(?)
CPUfreq
Device Tree Mostly Parsed on boot, but compiled into the kernel. Would be good to allow it to be passed from the bootloader.
DMA Mostly Works, just missing priority support
GPIO Works
Hotplug
MXU Context
PinCtrl Mostly Functional, may need DT binding changes based on feedback from upstream
Power Controller (LPCR Register)
Power Off & Reset Works
RTC Works
SMP Works
Watchdog Works

Peripheral drivers

Name State Notes
ADC WIP Check branches on https://github.com/ZubairLK/CI20_linux
Audio (ALSA) WIP Check patches on https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/mips-creator-ci20-dev
Camera
Ethernet Works
GPU
HDMI WIP Check patches on https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/mips-creator-ci20-dev
I2C Works
IPU
IR
MMC Works
NAND Works
Regulator Works
SPI SPIO GPIO should work..
UART Works
USB (EHCI) Works
USB (OHCI) Works
USB(OTG) Works Upstream driver supports only host mode as of 3.15
VPU
Wifi WIP Check patches on https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/mips-creator-ci20-dev
BT WIP Check branches on https://github.com/ZubairLK/CI20_linux

List of other possible issues

  • /etc/init.d/iw8103 is the startup script for the BT/Wifi firmware in the default rootfs.

If using 3.16, the script can cause the boot to hang. Please move the script out of /etc/init.d

Add "root=/dev/mmcblk0p1 rootwait" to bootargs in uboot if you wish to boot a rootfs from mmc.