Hi, I've been a happy OpenWRT user for many years now, always buying routers that could allow me to run it easily.
I've been working (actually only in my free time as a hobby) on porting OpenWRT onto this Renesas board: https://www.renesas.com/eu/en/products/microcontrollers-microprocessors/rz-mpus/rzg2l-evkit-rzg2l-evaluation-board-kit which features this Arm Cortex-A55 based device: https://www.renesas.com/eu/en/products/microcontrollers-microprocessors/rz-mpus/rzg2l-general-purpose-microprocessors-dual-core-arm-cortex-a55-12-ghz-cpus-and-single-core-arm-cortex-m33 I guess this is a new platform, since it does not really fit in any of the already supported ones. I got it working and I am polishing the patch before submitting it. The support of this device is already mainlined in the Linux kernel, so I am using 6.1 as is with the appropriate config. Arm Trusted Firmware and u-boot are instead taken from the respective Renesas forks, available on github. However this is the first time I do that, and I am still reading and learning, so I would like to get opinions, hints, why not constructive criticism and hopefully encouragement. For example, naming (renesas? renesas-rz? rz?) and structure of the subfolders. There are other variants I would like to add: RZ/G2LC, RZ/G2UL and maybe others. System HostnameOpenWrt ModelRenesas SMARC EVK based on r9a07g044l2 ArchitectureARMv8 Processor rev 0 Target Platformrz/g2l Firmware VersionOpenWrt SNAPSHOT r24187-bb8fd41f9a / LuCI Master git-23.294.26440-30a8a0d Kernel Version6.1.59 Local Time2023-10-29 07:44:17 Uptime0h 9m 11s Load Average0.13, 0.08, 0.05 _______________________________________________ openwrt-devel mailing list email@example.com https://lists.openwrt.org/mailman/listinfo/openwrt-devel