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    • Yuri Tikhonov's avatar
      RT73025. stm3220g-eval: fix bootargs · 6f130c84
      Yuri Tikhonov authored
      Set console, passed to kernel by default, do ttyS2, which corresponds
      to UART3. Unfortunatelly, there's no way to use UART1 (and ttyS0) on
      this board, just because the GPIO pins used for RS-232 here in alter-
      native functions have only UART3 and UART4 capabilities (btw, I tested
      that being configured to use UART4 - U-Boot console works well too).
      Also, fix-up platform configuration, and TFTP boot dir (in linux we'll
      assume STM32 platform, not STM32F2 as we currently do in U-Boot).
      Signed-off-by: default avatarYuri Tikhonov <yur@emcraft.com>
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    • Yuri Tikhonov's avatar
      RT73025. stm32f2_eth: driver implementation · 306c8bfd
      Yuri Tikhonov authored
      Note, beside this, to make driver workable, this patch:
      - changes SRAM memory distribution. Actually, we have 128K in STM (as
      opposite to 64K in A2F). TBDs here: a) CONFIG_MEM_RAM_LEN is a bad
      name, since this isn't length of full SRAM, but just a part of it; b)
      we should control the summary length of MEM_xxx areas somehow, on a
      SOC basis (i.e. A2F has 64K SRAM, STM32F2 has 128K SRAM, etc.), maybe
      include/configs/cortex-m3-common.h would be the best choice; c) not
      sure if we want to have *all* SRAM parts configurable, e.g. MALLOC size
      may be determined automatically.
      - in default configuration load files to SRAM (RAM_BUF) (as opposite
      to external RAM). TBD here: make this configurable somehow.
      Signed-off-by: default avatarYuri Tikhonov <yur@emcraft.com>