On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 12:38 PM, Roman Yeryomin <ro...@advem.lv> wrote:

> I have tested them quickly yesterday on nas4220b board. Although I've
> managed to boot it (had to fix rootfs image) ethernet and usb didn't work.
> And I didn't check anything else.
> I didn't yet look at the code but before I dive there I have a question: did
> you have a chance to test it yourself on any of the boards? And if yes,
> which one?

Hm I tested mostly the rootfs and that the kernel would get to prompt.
But for my D-Link devices I tested mostly with kernel v4.16 because
I'm working close to mainline. Testing now it seems network is not
coming up here either :/ as it works like a charm on v4.16 it must
be some minor issue.

I would guess Hans Ulli Kroll can help with USB, I just applied the
patches and have nothing to test it with. I never used USB...

The v4.16 stack is pretty small and there the network for sure
works (not a finished patch set):
https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/linusw/linux-nomadik.git/log/?h=openwrt-v4.16

If it's hard to get v4.14 to backport we could maybe aim to
use v4.16 instead? Or is there some OpenWRT baselining involved?

Yours,
Linus Walleij
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