[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] ARV752DPW22: enable netconsole in u-boot if is reachable

Tobias Göbel kubax1983 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 06:41:55 EDT 2015

Hi Luka,

i tried to do the pull request.

But i didn't found the patch files i altered in the git repository from
Arent those path files from the openwrt git?


Am 16.03.2015 um 18:21 schrieb Tobias Göbel:
> Hi Luka,
> i'll send Daniel a pullrequest as soon as i have time to put it onto my
> git server (was only a local git repository i did the patching). Thanks
> for pointing this out.
> The old filesize is (in my compilations) 185572 Byte, the New one is
> 188984. So the size differs in roughly 3,5KByte. It's even before the
> normal boot partition wich is at 0x80020000 (wich should be ~200KByte).
> Tobias
> Am 14.03.2015 um 08:29 schrieb Luka Perkov:
>> Hi Tobias,
>> On Sat, Mar 07, 2015 at 05:59:36PM +0100, Tobias Göbel wrote:
>>> just added netconsole support to ARV752DPW22 (should work on the other
>>> lantiq devices too).
>>> The device boot's and tries to ping the ip set in $serverip if this
>>> works, all input / output and errors are displayed on the netconsole.
>>> If it didn't work serial will be used to display everything.
>>> It's mainly addopted from some dockstar guides, but works without any
>>> problems. u-boot is slightly bigger, but works without problems (188984
>>> Bytes here).
>>> Hopefully it'll be addopted to the trunk, as this let's you maintain
>>> (and update) your openwrt without opening the box and adding a serial
>>> console.
>> Please send pull request for this patch to uboot git repo that Daniel
>> has on github [1].
>> How much this change increases the size of the binary?
>> Luka
>> [1] https://github.com/danielschwierzeck/u-boot-lantiq

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