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* ARM: uniphier: allow to enable multiple SoCsMasahiro Yamada2015-09-251-30/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Before this commit, the Kconfig menu in mach-uniphier only allowed us to choose one SoC to be compiled. Each SoC has its own defconfig file for the build-test coverage. Consequently, some defconfig files are duplicated with only the difference in CONFIG_DEFAULT_DEVICE_TREE and CONFIG_{SOC_NAME}=y. Now, most of board-specific parameters have been moved to device trees, so it makes sense to include init code of multiple SoCs into a single image as long as the SoCs have similar architecture. In fact, some SoCs of UniPhier family are very similar: - PH1-LD4 and PH1-sLD8 - PH1-LD6b and ProXstream2 (will be added in the upcoming commit) This commit will be helpful to merge some defconfig files for better maintainability. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <>
* ARM: UniPhier: replace <asm/io.h> with <linux/io.h>Masahiro Yamada2015-05-311-3/+2
| | | | | | | In the Linux coding style, it is recommended to include <linux/io.h> rather than <asm/io.h>. Follow this trend. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <>
* ARM: UniPhier: reset NAND core in SPL for non-NAND boot modeMasahiro Yamada2015-03-011-0/+5
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | For all the UniPhier SoCs so far, the reset signal of the NAND core is automatically deasserted after the PLL gets stabled. (The bit 2 of SC_RSTCTRL is default to one.) This causes a fatal problem on the NAND controller of PH1-LD4. For that SoC, the NAND I/O pins are not set up yet at the power-on reset except the NAND boot mode. As a result, the NAND controller begins automatic device scanning with wrong I/O pins and finally hangs up. Actually, U-Boot dies after printing "NAND:" on the console unless the boot mode latch detected the NAND boot mode. To work around this problem, reset the NAND core in SPL for non-NAND boot modes. If CONFIG_NAND_DENALI is enabled, the reset signal is deasserted again in U-Boot proper. At this time, I/O pins have been correctly set up, the device scanning should succeed. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <>
* ARM: UniPhier: split clkrst_init() into two functionsMasahiro Yamada2015-03-011-0/+26
Split the current clkrst_init() into two functions: - early_clkrst_init(): called from SPL Deassert the reset signals of the memory controller and some other basic cores. - clkrst_init(): called from main U-boot Deassert the reset signals that are necessary for the access to peripherals etc. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <>
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