STK5200 pci_enable_device problem

Wolfgang Denk wd at
Thu Aug 30 09:31:06 EST 2007

In message <46D56C25.3020702 at> you wrote:
> > Also, you need a recent version of U-Boot (for  example  99c2fdab  or
> > later).
> I'm using U-Boot 1.2.0-gbc2b9c33-dirty (Feb 22 2007 - 09:53:14). Is that 
> recent enough? (I don't know exactly what you mean with "99c2fdab", is 
> this the second number after "1.2.0-"?)

No, that is *way* too old.

The number after the "-g" is the (initial 8 digits of the) git commit
ID. You can use this to identify  a  spoecific  version  in  the  git

> Maybe the problem is the missing tqm5200.dtb file. I have booted the 
> kernel without it (just bootm 200000). Does the kernel need this file? I 

Yes. An arch/powerpc kernel will not run without a proper device tree.

> found a tqm5200.dts file the the kernel sources, but the device tree 
> compiler (dtc) seems not to be in the 4.1 ELDK. Do I have to install 
> this compiler and build the appropriate dtb file?

Yes, this is correct. dtc will be included with ELDK 4.2.

> In older kernels it was O.K. just to uncheck the SM501 drivers in the 
> kernel configuration. Has this changed?

As mentioned above, with arch/powerpc you always need a  device  tree

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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