On Okt 18 2016, Paul Burton <paul.bur...@imgtec.com> wrote:

> If a device tree specified a preferred device for kernel console output
> via the stdout-path or linux,stdout-path chosen node properties there's
> no guarantee that it will have specified a device for which we have a
> driver. It may also be the case that we do have a driver but it doesn't
> call of_console_check() to register as a preferred console (eg. offb
> driver as used on powermac systems). In these cases try to ensure that
> we provide some console output by enabling the first console in the
> console_drivers list.
> As I don't have access to an affected system this has only been build
> tested - testing would be most appreciated.

Unfortunately that doesn't work.  The initial console still cannot be


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