Andrew Lunn wrote:
Have you tried using the ethernet-phy-id device tree property? It
looks like that will allow you to skip get_phy_device and just create
the phy device. You can then bring the phy out of sleep in the probe
The problem I'm experiencing is with ACPI, so I can't use any of the
fancy of_ apis like of_get_phy_id(). But I'll look into it.
Is it possible that at803x_suspend() is too aggressive? That's it's
effectively disabling the phy? While the phy is suspended, should it
still respond to MII_PHYSID1 and MII_PHYSID2 requests?
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