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ramips: Add support for HiWiFi HC5962 #865
This patch adds supports for the HiWiFi HC5962(gee4) http://www.hiwifi.com
Signed-off-by: ZengFei Zhang firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please add a comment with a serial log which shows:
- the boot of the OEM firmware
- the switch to LEDE from the OEM software
- the LEDE boot
- sysupgrade lede-ramips-mt7621-hc5962-sysupgrade.bin
This way we can ensure that at least the basic stuff is tested.
With your latest changes you broke the sysupgrade again. Have you tested the sysupgrade with your latest changes?
You dropped the following requested changes with your last push:
It is not necessary to do the nand_do_platform_check for the hc5962, since the validation is done via metadata.
It was fine the way it was before your last change. You have just added to much in indentation.
Look really good to me. One last remark.
In the ethernet node of the DTS you read the mac address as hex values from the factory partition. But later in the boot process you replace this mac address with the ASCII values read from the bdinfo partition (
In your bootlog the following can be seen:
Not sure about this, but could it be that something is wrong with the EEPROM of the mt76@1,0 (
Yes, mkresin, you are right, I adjusted the reading position of the eeprom, Now it works very well, Signal is stable and reliable.
In addition, HiWiFi use bdinfo parition to save MAC address, The ethernet node of the DTS have since been deleted.