I'm trying to get my custom board running the linux image.
I have based my image on the SabreSD, but I can't see that the Linux kernel is starting.
I'm wondering if I might have missed something in the dts/dtsi files.
I can also add that we are using an i.MX6D instead of Q (does this change anything how I configure the system?).
I can see that in the sabresd dtsi file they are using some regulators (I assume this is the external regulators on the sabreSD board).
I could se in the sabrelite that they used 3.3 and 2.5V regulators (out board is using a non CPU controlled power, like the sabrelite board).
Question 1, what does this regulator definition do?
Q 2. Do I need to set this if I'm using "pre"-fixed powers?
Q 3. I noticed that in the sabresd dtsi, it also sets up gpc, which the sabrelite doesn't.
Is this something I need to think about too?
Right now I can start u-boot, but when it comes to "Starting kernel ...." it hangs.
I can run the same image on the SabreSD board, and it has no problem to start the Linux kernel.
Do I need to do any modification because it's a i.MX6D instead of Q?