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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2/3] arm64: dts: rockchip: Enable PD for USB-C-Port on rk3399-roc-pc.
Hi Thomas,

Am Donnerstag, 12. Dezember 2019, 16:46:09 CET schrieb Thomas McKahan:
> Hello Markus,
> I have been working with this as well, came across it on Armbian. I was also trying to eliminate the warning concerning the lack of port with limited success. I also missed the interrupt pin definition I see. I will test this later today.

Where you successful in your testing? My type-c exposure is somewhat
limited so it would be nice to get another opinion ;-)

> I've added Neil Armstrong for information in case any boards on the Amlogic side are similarly configured, I think a few other Rockchip ones at least are missing connector nodes, it appears to be a consistent issue presumably due to driver changes.

The whole type-c topic is a somewhat undiscovered country on rk3399, due to
the cross-ec hooking rk3399's type-c components. (see the cros-ec-pd extcon
going to the rockchip type-c phy etc).

This is presently worked on so that also everything can at some point use the
kernel-internal type-c framework.

But of course this doesn't hinder configuring the power-develivery in the
fusb302 ICs already :-D .


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