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1  Hardware and U-Boot firmware / Hardware / Re: "New" Marvell Device? ICY IB-NAS 6210 on: October 19, 2011, 07:02:33 AM
Your code looks much cleaner. I have only track down the patches to this memory access but not seen that this was a simple gpio access.

I use also the ICY-Box 6210. I have renamed the ARCH and led names NAS6210 now to be compatible with your patch and the the 3.0.4 kernel. (arcNumber 3104 is there already present at arm/tools but the setup is still missing)
2  Hardware and U-Boot firmware / Hardware / Re: "New" Marvell Device? ICY IB-NAS 6210 on: October 14, 2011, 09:32:14 AM
Yes you need to use the arcNumber that points to your changed file. (3104 should be ok if it point to nas6210 or ib_nas62x0 (in older kernels)

@GPLUS you have right. I had forgotten the additional include, but i have used linux/io.h but this should have the same effect.
3  Hardware and U-Boot firmware / Hardware / Re: "New" Marvell Device? ICY IB-NAS 6210 on: October 14, 2011, 02:43:58 AM
I can confirm that the led's are working like bnms describes. I have not found a way to get an event from the power button yet. (Copy and reset are working)

But in the patch is a bug at the mtd partitions. The size of the uImage is 6MB not 4MB

Code:
}, {
.name = "uImage",
.offset = MTDPART_OFS_NXTBLK,
.size = (SZ_1M*6)
}, {

I have also adapted the shutdown code from the gpl-sources (strange patches) to the machine setup.
Code:
void ib_nas62x0_power_off(void)
{
int value = -1;

value = readl(KIRKWOOD_REGS_VIRT_BASE | 0x10100);
value = value | (1<<24);
writel(value,KIRKWOOD_REGS_VIRT_BASE | 0x10100);
while(1);
}

If you register this at the __init with
Code:
pm_power_off = ib_nas62x0_power_off;

the box will switch of after init 0

4  Linux Stuff / Linux distributions / IPFire 2.11 (beta) for Dreamplug on: October 14, 2011, 02:35:37 AM
Hello community,

I just wanted to leave a short notice about a new piece of software that is running on Dreamplug.

The IPFire firewall distribution (http://www.ipfire.org) has support for ARM. It is a tiny firewall distribution
with a lot of features and runs perfectly on ARM.

You can see the original announcement over here: http://www.ipfire.org/news/ipfire-2.11-available-on-arm

Arne
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