On 09/09/2014 10:44 PM, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
OK. back doing some testing. So far all with F19.
On 09/09/2014 07:02 AM, Hans de Goede wrote:
> On 09/09/2014 12:28 PM, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
>> On 09/09/2014 02:41 AM, Hans de Goede wrote:
>>> On 09/09/2014 07:40 AM, Marcin Juszkiewicz wrote:
>>>> W dniu 09.09.2014 o 04:51, Robert Moskowitz pisze:
>>>>> Read Hans de Goede's post on the F19 and the Allwinner (Cubie)
>>>>> 12/26/2013. He supposedly uses the SID for a consistant local scope
>>>>> MACaddr. I Do get that on my Cubieboard2, but not on my Cubietruck.
>>>> Hans also told that there was a bunch of Cubie* with pre-production cpus
>>>> which lacked serial number.
>>> AFAIK only cubieboard2 and olinuxino-a20-micro suffer from this, the
>>> cubietruck is fine. On machines with an all 0 sid this indeed does not
>> My SIX Cubieboard2 all are fine with a consistant MAC address.
> Good, then later runs of the cubieboard2 have gotten a proper SID, that is good.
>> My one Cubietruck keeps coming up with the unique MACaddr. Exact opposite of
what you are reporting.
> Which version of Fedora are you running on your Cubietruck ?
> With the respin images the kernel takes care of getting the MAC from the SID,
> with the official F-21 images, u-boot needs to do this, and the u-boot included
> is (not yet) new enough.
>> Perhaps there is a rev difference in the shipped nand? In all cases, I never did
anything with the nand image, but went right to the SDcard image. I just don't get
how to do the nand poking to get something working from it.
> The SID is in the SoC, it has nothing to do with the nand.
>> Is there any test I can run on my CT?
> You can dump the sid by hooking up a serial console, and then pressing a
> key to interrupt u-boot, then do:
> md 1c23800 4
> To get the SID contents, see here for example SID-s :
> If this is non-0 on your cubietruck, then you should get a consistent MAC
> with the respin images,
Well, I am not. For the Cubietruck. Here is the SID fromthe CT and different MACaddr
from a series of boots from the F19 image:
md 1c23800 4
01c23800: 165166c1 80485172 49514848 0881e2d7 .fQ.rQH.HHQI....
Then I switch over to a Cubieboard2, also with F19:
md 1c23800 4
01c23800: 165166c4 80485072 56484848 0382c153 .fQ.rPH.HHHVS...
I notice with the C2, the MAC is the last word of the SID. But for the CT, I cannot
figure it out at all.
Ah right, I remember now the kernel code to use the SID for the MAC in F-19 is
part of the emac driver, and the A20 uses the gmac driver, that is why it is
not working on the cubietruck with F-19.
I have a bit of other testing to do (VLAN setup), then I will switch
to F21 and see if I can get the current uboot for the CT working.
Yes F-21 + latest u-boot should work.