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SubjectRe: use generic DMA mapping code in powerpc V4
On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 11:55:25AM +0100, Christian Zigotzky wrote:
> Next step: 21074ef03c0816ae158721a78cabe9035938dddd (powerpc/dma: use the
> generic direct mapping bypass)
> git clone git:// -b powerpc-dma.6 a
> git checkout 21074ef03c0816ae158721a78cabe9035938dddd
> I was able to compile the kernel for the AmigaOne X1000 (Nemo board with PA
> Semi PA6T-1682M SoC). It boots but the PA Semi onboard ethernet doesn't
> work.

Thanks. But we are exactly missing the steps that are relevant. I've
pushed a fixed up powerpc-dma.6 tree, which will only change starting from
the first commit that didn't link.

The first commit that changed from the old one is this one:

which was that one that your compile failed on first.

Thanks again for all your work!

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