Am 25.06.19 um 18:58 schrieb Peter Robinson:
> On 25.06.19 15:20, filbar(a)centrum.cz wrote:
>> Good day,
>> will Fedora 30 support Raspberry Pi 4, or we must wait to Fedora 31?
> a short statement from myself as the BCM2835 maintainer. The sources has
> been published yesterday. The BCM2835 feature window for Linux 5.3 is
> closed since 3 weeks. So the first kernel with minimal RPi 4 support
> could be 5.4.
Where is the upstream branches for 5.4 been published, from when I
pulled from the raspberrypi github sources late last night I didn't
see anything specific to the rpi4 I could see in any of the branches.
as far as i know there isn't any upstream branch. Some of the RPi 4
stuff has been prepared for upstream (usually BCM2711 = downstream,
BCM2838 = upstream), but are buried in the rpi-4.19 branch.
Looks at this for example:
But there are also lot of hacks. Currently the biggest part on Kernel
side is the PCIe driver which isn't upstreamed yet. Another problem is
that there is no U-Boot support yet.
Without a real datasheet with register documentation this isn't fun ...