On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 08:13:01PM +0200, Boris Brezillon wrote: > So, there are 2 different problems here: > 1/ the board no longer boots because of commit 87248991a1de and a > missing entry in the voltage table > 2/ claiming the PWM pins at probe time can cause glitches
> I'm currently trying to solve #1, but most of the discussion in this > thread was about addressing #2. Well, if you actually want the entry in the voltage table then adding it does seem the most sensible fix. > > That was a very > > long e-mail so I might be missing something but the obvious thing seems > > to be to force a state since we'll be doing that when we enable anyway. > Hm, okay, but which state should we choose? The first entry in the > voltage-table? That's why we don't do this currently. Probably the closest one if we can work out what it was trying to achieve. > > Or just not have the voltage table and use it as a continuous regulator. > Yes, but that means patching the DT, which means breaking the DT compat. It sounds like you want to fix the DT anyway though?
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