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authorLinus Torvalds <>2018-10-29 15:05:20 -0700
committerLinus Torvalds <>2018-10-29 15:05:20 -0700
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Merge tag 'armsoc-dt' of git://
Pull ARM SoC device tree updates from Arnd Bergmann: "There are close to 800 indivudal changesets in this branch again, which feels like a lot. There are particularly many changes for the NVIDIA Tegra platform this time, in fact more than it has seen in the two years since the v4.9 merge window. Aside from this, it's been fairly normal, with lots of changes going into Renesas R-CAR, NXP i.MX, Allwinner Sunxi, Samsung Exynos, and TI OMAP. Most of the changes are for adding new features into existing boards, for brevity I'm only mentioning completely new machines and SoCs here. For the first time I think we have (slightly) more new 64-bit hardware than 32-bit: Two boards get added for TI OMAP: Moxa UC-2101 is an industrial computer, see; GTA04A5 is a minor variation of the motherboards of the GTA04 phone, see Clearfog is a nice little board for quad-core Marvell Armada 8040 network processor, see Two additional server boards come with the Aspeed baseboard management controllers: Stardragon4800 is an arm64 reference platform made by HXT (based on Qualcomm's server chips), and TiogaPass is an Open Compute mainboard with x86 CPUs. Both use the ARM11 based AST2500 chips in the BMC. NXP i.MX usually sees a lot of new boards each release. This time there we only add one minor variant: ConnectCore 6UL SBC Pro uses the same SoM design as the ConnectCore 6UL SBC Express added later. However, there is a new chip, the i.MX6ULZ, which is an even smaller variant of the i.MX6ULL, with features removed. There is also support for the reference board design, the i.MX6ULZ 14x14 EVK. A new Raspberry Pi variant gets added, this one is the CM3 compute module based on bcm2837, it was launched in early 2017 but only now added to the kernel, both as 32-bit and as 64-bit files, as we tend to do for Raspberry Pi. On the Allwinner side, everything is again about cheap development boards, usually of the "Fruit Pi" variety. The new ones this time are: - Orange Pi Zero Plus2: - Orange Pi One Plus: - Pine64 LTS: - Banana Pi M2+ H5: The last one of these is now a 64-bit version of the earlier Banana Pi M2+ H3, with the same board layout. Similarly, for Rockchips, get get another variant of the 32-bit Asus Tinker board, the model 'S' based on rk3288, and three now boards based on the popular RK3399 chip: - ROC-RK3399-PC: - Rock960: - RockPro64: These are all quite powerful boards with lots of RAM and I/O, and the RK3399 is the same chip used in several Chromebooks. Finally, we get support for the PX30 (aka rk3326) chip, which is based on the low-end 64-bit Cortex-A35 CPU core. So far, only the evaluation board is supported. One more Banana Pi is added with a Mediatek chip: Banana Pi R64 is based on the MT7622 WiFi router platform, and the first product I've seen with a 64-bit Mediatek chip in that market: For HiSilicon, we gain support for the Hi3670 SoC and HiKey 370 development board, which are similar to the Hi3660 and Hikey 360 respectively, but add support for an NPU. Amlogic gets initial support for the Meson-G12A chip (S905D2), another quad-core Cortex-A53 SoC, and its evaluation platform. On the 32-bit side, we gain support for an actual end-user product, the Endless Computers Endless Mini based on Meson8b (S805), see Qualcomm adds support for their MSM8998 SoC and evaluation platform. This chip is commonly known as the Snapdragon 835, and is used in high-end phones as well as low-end laptops. For Renesas, a very bare support for the r8a774a1 (RZ/G2M) is added, but no boards for this one. However, we do add boards for the previously added r8a77965 (R-Car M3-N): the M3NULCB Kingfisher and the M3NULCB Starter Kit Pro. While we have lots of DT changes for NVIDIA to update the existing files, the only board that gets added is the Toradex Colibri T20 on Colibri Evaluation Board for the old Tegra2. Synaptics add support for their AS370 SoC, which is part of the (formerly Marvell) Berlin line of set-top-box chips used e.g. in the various Google Chromecast. Only the .dtsi gets added at this point, no actual machines" * tag 'armsoc-dt' of git:// (721 commits) ARM: dts: socfgpa: remove ethernet aliases from dtsi arm64: dts: stratix10: add ethernet aliases dt-bindings: mediatek: Add bindig for MT7623 IOMMU and SMI dt-bindings: mediatek: Add JPEG Decoder binding for MT7623 dt-bindings: iommu: mediatek: Add binding for MT7623 dt-bindings: clock: mediatek: add support for MT7623 ARM: dts: mvebu: armada-385-db-88f6820-amc: auto-detect nand ECC properites ARM: dts: da850-lego-ev3: slow down A/DC as much as possible ARM: dts: da850-evm: Enable tca6416 on baseboard arm64: dts: uniphier: Add USB2 PHY nodes arm64: dts: uniphier: Add USB3 controller nodes ARM: dts: uniphier: Add USB2 PHY nodes ARM: dts: uniphier: Add USB3 controller nodes arm64: dts: meson-axg: s400: disable emmc arm64: dts: meson-axg: s400: add missing emmc pwrseq arm64: dts: clearfog-gt-8k: add PCIe slot description ARM: dts: at91: sama5d4_xplained: even nand memory partitions ARM: dts: at91: sama5d3_xplained: even nand memory partitions ARM: dts: at91: at91sam9x5cm: even nand memory partitions ARM: dts: at91: sama5d2_ptc_ek: fix bootloader env offsets ...
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diff --git a/Documentation/arm/Samsung/Bootloader-interface.txt b/Documentation/arm/Samsung/Bootloader-interface.txt
index ed494ac0beb2..d17ed518a7ea 100644
--- a/Documentation/arm/Samsung/Bootloader-interface.txt
+++ b/Documentation/arm/Samsung/Bootloader-interface.txt
@@ -26,6 +26,7 @@ Offset Value Purpose
0x20 0xfcba0d10 (Magic cookie) AFTR
0x24 exynos_cpu_resume_ns AFTR
0x28 + 4*cpu 0x8 (Magic cookie, Exynos3250) AFTR
+0x28 0x0 or last value during resume (Exynos542x) System suspend
2. Secure mode