How to configure u-boot & dts file for new i.MAX6 Quad hardware design ?

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How to configure u-boot & dts file for new i.MAX6 Quad hardware design ?

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peteramond
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Hi All,

I'm working on new hardware design for video processing unit based on i.MAX6 Quad processor. I have used Nitrogen 6 Max hardware design as reference information for this design. I need to get some information on configuring new hardware according to its functionalities. Could you please advice me; what are the changes should I do in dts and u-boot files to configure the new hard ware ?

As an example if I'm using IPU1_CSI0_DATA04 to IPU1_CSI0_DATA11 ; I changed imx6qdl-nitrogen6_max.dtsi file as follows. Because nitrogen6_max development board has used only IPU1_CSI0_DATA12 to IPU1_CSI0_DATA19.

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I must be thankful to you if you will kindly advice me on this as taking above as an example.

Thank you,
Peter.

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Carlos_Musich
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Hi Peter,

the following documents explain how to customize u-boot and dts for a Udoo board, in your case it is the same process with nitrogen, so they will be useful references.

Basic Device Tree for the Udoo Board 

U-Boot Migration Example 


Regards,
Carlos

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Carlos_Musich
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi Peter,

the following documents explain how to customize u-boot and dts for a Udoo board, in your case it is the same process with nitrogen, so they will be useful references.

Basic Device Tree for the Udoo Board 

U-Boot Migration Example 


Regards,
Carlos

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