On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 06:13:56PM +0100, Hauke Mehrtens wrote:
> On 11/16/2012 05:44 AM, Elliott Mitchell wrote:
> > I happened to be browsing the linux-mips git repository and noticed the
> > commit at Tue, 10 Jul 2012 16:16:47.
> What commit are you talking about? Do you have a commit id?
I'm guessing "1dfef20a4cf82997d4c7520138ed8188a181241c" is the commit id.
Subject is: "brcmsmac: remove PCI_FORCEHT() macro"
The BCM4716 is a SoC and does not have a PCI client interface, so this
condition is never true.
Acked-by: Arend van Spriel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Signed-off-by: Hauke Mehrtens <email@example.com>
Signed-off-by: John W. Linville <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm guessing the piece of code is invoked on all flavors of bcm471,
so while it doesn't get invoked on most devices, some of them it
definitely can be.
> > The Broadcom 4716 *does* have an external PCI Express interface! Take a
> > look at the images on http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/asus/rt-n16 If you
> > look at the image of the underside
> > (http://wiki.openwrt.org/_media/inbox/rt-n16_back_hires.jpg) on the right
> > side, CON3 and CON5 are the solder pads for mounting a mini-PCIe
> > connector and bracket. Apparently V11 is a voltage regulator needed for
> > that to work, but on this an example of a Broadcom 4716 board that really
> > does allow a useable PCIe interface (with some hardware hacking).
> Are you sure the Asus rt-n16 has a BCM4716 and not an BCM4718? Both have
> the same chip id (0x4716), but a different revision number (BCM4716 =
> rev 8, BCM4718 = rev 10). The BCM4716 and BCM4717 do not have a PCIe
> controller, just the BCM4718 has one .
I'm not actually. Currently exploring a device with ASUS's minimal shell
they give you. According to /proc/cpuinfo, "system type: Broadcom
BCM4716 chip rev 1 pkg 10". If I'm looking at the correct byte in
/sys/devices/[...]/config, it does in fact appear to be 0x0A (decimal
I've seen photos of some people in Taiwan who soldered something at V11
(presumably a voltage regulator, it's all Chinese to me). I'm guessing
they did in fact get a MiniPCIe card to work, but everything is in the
wrong language. :-) The crucial build photo of the regulator module
has disappeared, so it is more difficult to reconstruct.
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