If the two modules needed (dwc2, g_ether) are blacklisted and not
"simply" disabled, I'd be ever so interested if those were made
available for manual loading.
I remember somewhere there are another half-dozen or so modules
starting with "g_" which would be nice to also be made
available(commonly enabled by use of dwc2 just like g_ether), I'd have
to find that list to provide if necessary.
On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 10:56 AM, Tony Su <ton...@su-networking.com> wrote:
> Thank You!
> It'll be a few more days before all the parts I need will have
> arrived, will post results for those that follow!
> FYI - The RPi Zero uses the same Broadcom chipset as the RPi 1, not the 2 or
> Diff between the RPi Zero and the first generation RPi are
> - overclocked from 700mhz to 1Ghz
> - Not different than RPi 1, but it should be noted has only one core
> (Unlike RPi 2 and RPi 3)
> - aside from mini-HDMI and some curious alt-video optional pins I
> don't know anyone is using, there is only one micro USB port for I/O
> (plus GPIO pins).
> - Entire board approx. 1/3 the size of the other RPi
> As for "Gadget drivers" I'm only expecting support for anything that
> connects through the USB port, anything else connected through the
> GPIO pins definitely needs a software library which of course would be
> specific to whatever language code is running.
> On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 9:59 AM, Andreas Färber <afaer...@suse.de> wrote:
>> Hi Tony,
>> The short answer is there are two images.
>> The official one uses the openSUSE kernel based on official kernel.org
>> releases. It includes the dwc2 driver, not sure about gadget drivers - I
>> think OTG is disabled because I was not aware it would be working on the Pi.
>> There's also an unofficial Raspbian kernel packaged here:
>> Also note that so far I only know of test reports from the Pi Model B
>> and B+, so it will be interesting to hear whether we may need to tweak
>> the config.txt for the Pi Zero.
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