source: trunk/target/linux/x86/net5501/target.mk @ 20794

Last change on this file since 20794 was 20794, checked in by florian, 6 years ago

[x86] add net5501 support

This patch brings up the net5501 platform.

Note that the x86/ target included support for all x86/ class
processors. That's not technically correct. This should be constrained
only to the "generic" subtarget. Every x86-class target that isn't
generic should be able to select only the optimizations/capabilities
applicable to that architectural variant.

It's also assumed that all x86 processors have keyboard & mouse ports,
ISA, DMI, ACPI... the embedded ones typically don't. Again, moving
that to the generic subtarget.

Fortunately, this was a fairly benign tweak.

The net5501 board includes the following logic:

Geode/LX processor
CS5535 super-I/O chip
PC87360 sensor chip
Via Rhine Ethernet controllers
Via Sata controllers
USB, LEDS, I2C

Signed-off-by: Philip Prindeville <philipp_subx@…>

File size: 545 bytes
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1BOARDNAME:=Soekris net5501
2DEFAULT_PACKAGES += kmod-ata-via-sata kmod-crypto-hw-geode \
3                        kmod-cs5535-gpio kmod-nsc-gpio kmod-pc8736x-gpio \
4                        kmod-geodewdt kmod-hwmon-core kmod-hwmon-pc87360 \
5                        kmod-via-rhine \
6                        kmod-i2c-core kmod-i2c-gpio \
7                        kmod-i2c-algo-bit kmod-i2c-algo-pca kmod-i2c-algo-pcf \
8                        kmod-usb-core kmod-usb2 kmod-usb-hid kmod-usb-uhci
9CFLAGS += -march=k6-2 -fno-align-functions -fno-align-loops -fno-align-jumps \
10          -fno-align-labels
11
12define Target/Description
13        Build firmware images for Soekris net5501 board
14endef
15
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