On 01/21/2018 06:53 PM, Hauke Mehrtens wrote:
> This add support for kernel 4.14 to the mvebu target. My main reason to 
> add kernel 4.14 support is to make it easier to also add support for the 
> Marvell Armada 3700LP ARM64 SoCs especially the ESPRESSObin board. 
> I do not have any of the currently supported boards so I can not runtime 
> test this myself, Lucian Cristian already tested an older version of
> these patches on one of his boards.
> My current working tree for this target can be found here:
> https://git.openwrt.org/?p=openwrt/staging/hauke.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/mvebu-4.14
> This tree also contains the code needed for the ESPRESSObin, but we 
> still have some problems with the image creation, the bootloader boots 
> by default the kernel + dtb from a ext4 file system on a SD card and 
> also uses this partition as root file system.
> Tomasz Maciej Nowak is working on the image generation for the 
> ESPRESSObin board.
> I am waiting for positive and negative feedback on these patches, if you 
> run into a problem which you do not have with kernel 4.9 please report 
> this.
> changes in:
> v2:
>  * refresh on current generic kernel 4.14 integration
>  * create ubifs fs format version 4 also with kernel 4.14, this should 
>    fix sysupgrade (downgrade) from kernel 4.14 to 4.9
>  * rename the wireless driver path when upgrading
> Hauke Mehrtens (5):
>   kernel: ubifs: create use file system format 4 by default
>   mvebu: move files to files-4.9 and files-4.4 folder
>   mvebu: copy config and patches from 4.9 to 4.14
>   mvebu: Make kernel 4.14 patches apply
>   mvebu: migrate uci config to new PCIe path

I haven't heard of any problems, expected that one patch does not apply
any more with kernel 4.14.18, which is fixed now.

I will merge this on Sunday if I do not get any negative feedback.

You can find my tree here:


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