On 12/9/18 3:58 PM, Torbjorn Jansson wrote:
On 2018-12-09 18:07, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> On 12/9/18 11:41 AM, mark co-dyre wrote:
>> Interesting ... I'd like to check that patch out.
>> I believe the HC2 is really just a XU4 thats been turned into a NAS
>> correct? If so the XU4 is a 32 bit 8 core SOC device (4-2GHz cores
>> and 4-1.2GHz cores) where the C2 is a 64 bit 4 core (1.5ghz)
>> device. I think Samsung put these 8 core devices in the galaxy s6
>> I have both devices actually. But my focus has been on the 64 bit
>> devices because I found the fan on the XU4 undesirable and believe
>> the 64 bit arm devices will take over the 32 bit ones eventually.
>> Been the XU4 board is quiet awesome as well.
>> As for performance, the benchmarks that hardkernel has shown the XU4
>> out performs the the C2. The specs say that as well. Faster
>> processors, more cores, faster vpu, usb 3.0 vs 2.0.
>> I plan on getting all devices working although I had wanted to start
>> on these devices first.
>> Which thread talks about that patch?
> I think it is subject:
> how to make a working f28 sd card for odroid-hc2
> Torbjorn Jansson <torbjorn.jansson(a)mbox200.swipnet.se>
> Has been working on this.
i assume you refer to this uboot patch:
all this is doing is to add detection for hc2 and then load the
correct dtb file and that's all.
without this patch you need to create a symlink or copy to make it
load the correct dtb file (the hc1 one since hc1 & 2 is basically the
an mark, please quote past mails in the thread when you reply so it is
clear what you are replying to.
That was more me. Mark is coming in 'fresh' asking about C2 support.
I pointed him to past conversations, by you, about HC2 support and
perhaps they may be common issues.
Sorry for any confusion.