[OpenWrt-Devel] Add support for AVM Fritzbox 7360 SL
martin.blumenstingl at googlemail.com
Sun May 8 08:56:16 EDT 2016
On Sun, May 8, 2016 at 10:33 AM, Sebastian Ortwein <kron at animeland.de> wrote:
> I get the eeprom from the ath9k driver working, but wifi will not showed.
> First, I get a error message that from the ath9k driver that the eeprom
> couldn't load. After PCI Bus is initialize the eeprom is loaded.
That is "normal" - nothing to worry about here.
> [ 1.188886] found entry name -> annex=B
> [ 1.192650] found entry name -> maca=BC:05:43:D7:1E:7C
> [ 1.197738] found entry name -> macb=BC:05:43:D7:1E:7D
> [ 1.202875] found entry name -> macwlan=BC:05:43:D7:1E:7E
> [ 1.208269] found entry name -> macdsl=BC:05:43:D7:1E:7F
> [ 1.213632] found entry name -> macwlan2=BC:05:43:D7:1E:81
> [ 1.219063] found entry name -> wlan_key=4004584479108575
> [ 1.227509] ath9k,eeprom ath9k_eep: endian check enabled.
> [ 1.231483] ath9k,eeprom ath9k_eep: using random mac
> [ 1.236475] ath9k,eeprom ath9k_eep: loaded ath9k eeprom
> [ 1.246508] UBIFS error (pid: 1): cannot open "ubi0:rootfs", error -19
> [ 1.257496] VFS: Mounted root (squashfs filesystem) readonly on device
> [ 1.265035] Freeing unused kernel memory: 1224K (804fe000 - 80630000)
> [ 2.475280] init: Console is alive
> As you can see OpenWrt will find the mac-adesses from all devices, how can I
> asign it in the dts file?
I think you can't (at least not with the current tffs driver). All it
currently does is printing the mac addresses: 
My fritz_tffs_read tool is userspace only. The only downside is that
you currently cannot userspace tools to set the mac address in the
ath9k calibration data. We would need a solution like Christian's
OWL-loader, see  (or another TFFS kernel driver).
> The wiki is right. I will upload some images to the openwrt Wiki when the
> box is working.
> But phy0 and phy1 works only somtimes. In my dts file I assigned the reset
> GPIO's like in the FRITZ3370.dts file.
> I have take GPIO config from the AVM GPL sources. Is there anything I forgot
> orwrong in my new DTS file ?
I think the GPIOs definition is in the wrong place - it has to be per
PHY (thus you should put it into the mdio at 0 section below).
I cannot see any ath9k messages in your kernel log - are you sure it's
being installed (/lib/modules/*/ath9k.ko)?
Your first patch lists kmod-ath9k, but if you added that after you
generated your .config then you're probably still missing it.
Please check "grep kmod-ath9k .config" and enable (set it to
=y/built-in) it if it's missing.
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