How to make ESPRESSObin v7 stable?


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8 hours ago, Pali said:

Just to note, we have sent a new version (v3) of Armada 37xx cpufreq patches, now with fixes for 1.2 GHz boards: https://lore.kernel.org/linux-arm-kernel/20210222194158.12342-1-pali@kernel.org/

Nice work. I'm unable to test it on my V7 1gb board though. Every time I fash it with a 1200mhz image, it bricks, and I can't even get to the uboot prompt.

 

Are there anyone who's been able to boot the Espressobin V7 at 1.2 Ghz?

 

By the way, who's sponsoring your work on this chip? :)

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On 2/23/2021 at 5:46 AM, Anders said:

Nice work. I'm unable to test it on my V7 1gb board though. Every time I fash it with a 1200mhz image, it bricks, and I can't even get to the uboot prompt.

 

Could you please provide following information?

  • full UART output with 1200 MHz image if there is at least something
  • full UART output with some image which is working, up to the U-Boot booting
  • output of U-Boot command (from working image): md d0012604 1; md d0012604 1; md d0012604 1
  • lables / indentifiers printed on SoC chip package (that one identified by 88F3720)

 

On 2/23/2021 at 5:46 AM, Anders said:

Are there anyone who's been able to boot the Espressobin V7 at 1.2 Ghz?

 

In email thread with mentioned kernel patches on linux-arm-kernel mailing list there is one tester and final version of patches are working stable also on 1.2 GHz mode.

 

On 2/23/2021 at 5:46 AM, Anders said:

By the way, who's sponsoring your work on this chip? :)

 

It is for Turris MOX, modular router: https://www.turris.com/en/mox/overview/

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