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Fman syntax in main-line kernel device tree for DTSEC eth0 (p4080)

Question asked by Wouter van Herpen on Feb 2, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 15, 2016 by Scott Wood

Hi all,

 

I am trying to upgrade to the latest main-line kernel version, for a board based on the p4080ds.dts. I main-line Linux kernel 4.5-rc2 sources, there are drivers present for fman/DTSEC.

With these sources, I have not yet been able to get my eth0 link detected.

 

In older (3.0 through 3.12) freescale linux kernels, there was a p4080ds.dts file with a phandle for fman0, which contained information for eth0 (e.g. the address for the physical, phy0).

 

Looking at the p4080ds.dts file in the 4.5 sources, I do not see any PHY information

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