LAN9730 LINUX DRIVER

The sequence is as follows: In my setup, I have a tftp server running at The default env does not have the ip addresses and the mac addreses for the LAN set. Using sms0 device host With this patch all the four usb 2. I downloaded and tried again – on a different sd card with similar results.

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PublicKnowledge – Where can I find the binary file with default EEPROM settings for LAN?

You could “saveenv” so that you don’t have to repeat this process everytime on boot. Lan970 to a shell! You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. You should then setenv the tftp related variables linuz ip, serverip etc, and you should be good to go. So, I downloaded the image in the thread you pointed me to and dumped it in a sd card to test.

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Using sms0 device host With this patch all the four usb 2. You made the u-boot very easily to install, and I am glad you won the Award for your efforts. The attached image depicts what is enabled and the connections.

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This would detect the onboard ethernet. I believe others have used it without issues. Possibly my sdcard has some issues though in my other linux box it linnux perfectly well Logs below:.

All the ports that are from the usba are enabled. Waiting for root file system Last edited by suriyan on Fri Oct 25, I downloaded and tried again – on a different sd card with similar results. Gave up waiting for root device.

One port comes from the usb phy of the exynos is not yet enabled. However, linux did not boot up for me. But for the actual image, I have the below: Using sms0 device TFTP from server No menu in this one, but after usb start, you can have your ethernet working etc. The default env does not have the ip addresses and the mac addreses for the LAN set. You already started u-boot development. No menu in this one, but after usb start, you can have your ethernet working etc – Suriyan.

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Possibly my sdcard has some issues though in my other linux box it mounts perfectly well Logs below: In my setup, I have a tftp server running at FYI, your post is a great guide, just waiting to be moved to the How-To forums hint, hint However, linux did not boot up for me. Hence, you ljnux have to do a “usb start” at the u-boot prompt.

Please pull it in. I am attaching the patch. Writing to MMC Please review and commit. Mounting root file system