/dev/random on PPC40EXr
Tirumala Reddy Marri
tmarri at amcc.com
Thu Apr 2 04:05:00 EST 2009
There is PKA/TRNG driver for sure. Let me check if it was accepted in
opensource yet. Otherwise I will forward you the driver which may not be
there in opensource yet.
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Subject: /dev/random on PPC40EXr
On my custom board based on 405EXr /dev/random produces no output
at all, and /dev/urandom is not random enough for our purposes. Saving
entropy pool between reboots doesn't help much.
What can be done to increase the entropy of the system ?
I was thinking of adding IRQF_SAMPLE_RANDOM to network driver,
but since not too many drivers implement it, I don't know whether
it's a good idea or not.
Is there any work in progress to develop hw_random driver for 4xx
Thanks a lot.
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