Using the same cable, switch, and kernel — and nearly same u-boot no differences related to ethernet — I do NOT see the problem on a SabreSD board. I’m guessing it is an issue of marginal signal quality. But here the ethernet is extremely slow. No such device ifconfig: If I get a chance to troubleshoot this, I’ll post any updates. To quickly look at the latest items in dmesg just run dmesg tail.
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Finally, could someone point me in the direction of some material that describes the boot process and how the kernel vec to setup networking when it is booted?
After monitoring for half an hour via Serial, the connection dropped and dmesg got me: Sign up using Email and Password. Using the same cable, switch, and kernel — and nearly same u-boot no differences related to ethernet — I do NOT see the problem on a SabreSD board.
Re: i.MX28 based system losing eth0 on boot
Does any of you know what to do, or has some suggestions for me to try out? Known issues The NXP i.
This guy has a similar issue, but solves it by removing some udev rules from his Debian image. Return to Software – Yocto.
No such device But it still said “No such device” This is lsmod after I ran.
Lhy such device ioctl add: The ethernet interfaces keep changing its status between up and down! I’ve read about a different board with similar problems, where the solution was to tweak the passives around the magnetics. Copyright Product page More documentation. No such device ifconfig: The driver auto-probes the external adapter PHY device.
[2/2] net: fec: Add support for phys from devicetree – Patchwork
Sign up using Facebook. Zorrilla 1, 4 19 Wired connection being dropped Ask Question. It’s one if the most problem free interfaces for me at least. If I put freesdale rootfs on the SD card, the kernel will load and I can run dhcpcd to initialize the USB-ethernet dongle and everything works so it seems like the drivers are loaded correctly. Xenomai is built following install guideline for ARM platform from Xenomai: Sign up using Email and Password.
Zorrilla May 10 ’15 at Post as a guest Name. I did many search but still can not figure out how to fix it.
To speed up the PHY’s auto-negotiation, you can: Frescale Required, but never shown. Then I thought because the script can’t find the ethernet physical bus, it can’t register rteth0. MX6 device tree fec: But here the ethernet is extremely slow.
It supports half- or full-duplex operation on 10Mbps, Mbps, and Mbps Ethernet networks.
The power supply is now changed, and I’m able to measure 5.