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PMIC standy voltages in Linux 3.10.53

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emilmyhrman
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Hi,

We're porting our board (based on sabresd mostly) from 3.0.35 kernel to 3.10.53 and I'm wondering where the PMIC standby voltages are setup in device tree?

For sabresd on 3.0.35 this was done in arch/arm/mach-mx6/mx6q_sabresd_pmic_pfuze100.c, but I can't find where this is done on 3.10.53 kernel.

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igorpadykov
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Hi Emil

seems these codes moved to uboot as described in Linux Manual

[U-Boot] [PATCH v4] mx6sabred: Add PFUZE100 PMIC support

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Best regards

igor

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igorpadykov
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Hi Emil

seems these codes moved to uboot as described in Linux Manual

[U-Boot] [PATCH v4] mx6sabred: Add PFUZE100 PMIC support

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Best regards

igor

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emilmyhrman
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I see, do you know if there is any special reason why this must be done in u-boot? Or do you think it is only lack of driver support in kernel?

Thanks!

Best regards,

Emil

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