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authorGravatar Mathieu Audat <mathieu.audat@savoirfairelinux.com>2016-09-17 16:23:24 -0400
committerGravatar Thomas Petazzoni <thomas.petazzoni@free-electrons.com>2016-09-18 17:09:59 +0200
commit3138ab3fee7b0251e3cb3fba9a373bd3cf9d6424 (patch)
tree88be09eaa7e9b8f4dad9400c1020a61ac4ef0678 /board
parent57cc20810a8ff6d40566a3527a0634cab44ad2b1 (diff)
configs: add defconfig for TS-4900
The TS-4900 uses a custom Linux 4.X from Technologic Systems: https://github.com/embeddedarm/linux-3.10.17-imx6/tree/imx_4.1.15_1.0.0_ga Indeed, it is not supported by mainline Linux but this work is ongoing. This patch is inspired by a previous work for the TS-4800. A post image script is provided to generate an image that can be directly written to an SD card. It also adds an fpga wifi module. Signed-off-by: Mathieu Audat <mathieu.audat@savoirfairelinux.com> Signed-off-by: Thomas Petazzoni <thomas.petazzoni@free-electrons.com>
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diff --git a/board/technologic/ts4900/genimage.cfg b/board/technologic/ts4900/genimage.cfg
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+image sdcard.img {
+ hdimage {
+ }
+ partition rootfs {
+ partition-type = 0x83
+ image = "rootfs.ext2"
+ size = 256M
+ }
diff --git a/board/technologic/ts4900/post-image.sh b/board/technologic/ts4900/post-image.sh
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+# Copyright (C) 2015-2016 Savoir-Faire Linux
+# Post image generation script.
+BOARD_DIR="$(dirname $0)"
+${HOST_DIR}/usr/bin/genimage \
+ --config ${GENIMAGE_CFG} \
+ --rootpath $TARGET_DIR \
+ --tmppath $GENIMAGE_TMP \
+ --inputpath $BINARIES_DIR \
+ --outputpath $BINARIES_DIR
diff --git a/board/technologic/ts4900/readme.txt b/board/technologic/ts4900/readme.txt
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+Technologic Systems TS-4900
+This document explains how to set up a basic Buildroot system for the
+Technologic Systems TS-4900 System on Module.
+The TS-4900 is a TS-SOCKET macrocontroller board based on the
+Freescale i.MX6 Single or Quad Core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU clocked at
+1GHz. The TS-4900 features Gigabit Ethernet, SATA II Port, PCI Express
+Bus, high speed USB host and device (OTG), and microSD card.
+More details on the board here:
+ http://wiki.embeddedarm.com/wiki/TS-4900
+The TS-4900 is not currently supported by mainline Linux, so a
+Technologic Systems Linux is used based on Linux 4.1.
+The default U-boot configuration flashed scans the SD card to find the
+0x83 partition type, corresponding to the rootfs. Then it will load
+both uImage and dts from the /boot directory.
+To build the default configuration you only have to:
+ $ make ts4900_defconfig
+ $ make
+The output looks like:
+├── imx6q-ts4900.dtb
+├── rootfs.ext2
+├── rootfs.tar
+├── sdcard.img
+└── uImage
+Since both the uImage and the dts are contained in the /boot
+directory, the provided post-image script generates an image file
+containing only one partition for the rootfs:
+ $ fdisk output/images/sdcard.img
+ Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System
+output/images/sdcard.img1 1 524288 262144 83 Linux
+This image can be directly written to an SD card.
+ $ sudo dd if=output/images/sdcard.img of=/dev/mmcblk0
+In order to test the image on TS-4900 board, a TS baseboard, such as
+the TS-9xxx series, is needed to provide power, console header, RJ45
+connector etc.
+The bootloader comes pre-flashed on the board on an SPI flash. Since
+updating the bootloader is risky and not trivial, it is not included
+in the Buildroot defconfig. Refer to
+http://wiki.embeddedarm.com/wiki/TS-4900#U-Boot for details on which
+U-Boot config to use and how to flash it.