>> The ARM Juno development platform's PCIe is supported
>> by the generic PCI host driver. Enable it so that PCIe
>> attached peripherals work.
> Pushed as (F-24 and rawhide)
> Let me know if there's other branches you'd like it on, also let me
> know if there's other improvements that can be made for Juno, we've
> not had anyone to test so what we have is a bit of a guess so any
> feedback for Juno support would be useful.
Thanks those two branches should be sufficient. I have a few other tweaks to
post now that I seem to have cleared some internal hurtles.
Excellent, really glad to get confirmation it's looking reasonable.
FYI: There is a dmi_match oops on boot, and the SMSC's phy state
isn't consistently detected, resulting in unreliable link detection. Plus,
there is likely a grub EFI issue (there are a couple bugs floating around
1) dmi_match oops we've seen for a long time, it doesn't seem to cause
issues but I think it's because most devices don't actually have dmi
tables (or what ever they're called) so should likely be taught to
behave on absence
2) Is SMSC the standard usb attached device or something else?
3) grub issue (actually shim issue) is now fixed and a fix should be
landing today or tomorrow. I'll update bugs and send to the arm list
 once it's landed
Other than that, it seems to be mostly working (given the PCIe
Its also somewhat functional in ACPI mode if you don't mind not
Yes, know and following this one  closely, when I get a few cycles
I'm going to do a test kernel with appropriate patches for those
interested in testing, I'll send that to the arm list too.