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Date:	Thu, 19 Jun 2014 12:22:39 +0100
From:	Lee Jones <>
To:	Peter Griffin <>
Subject: Re: [STLinux Kernel] [PATCH 4/7] ARM: stih416-b2020e: Enable PWM on
 the B2020 Rev-E

> > > Why are you only enabling this for rev-E board?
> > 
> > Purely for testing purposes, as it's the only board I have.  If
> > anyone has the other revisions and would be happy to test the driver
> > for me then great.
> Ok that's what I suspected.
> If you tell me how, I can test on a Rev C board. But as there are several other 
> revisions I think checking the board schematics would be the quickest way forward.

Great.  Do you have a oscilloscope/logic analyser?

> > > If you make the stih415 DT PWM nodes part of this series as well, then 
> > > assuming there is no good reason to the contary, the PWM could 
> > > be enabled for both stih415/6 in the common stih41x-b2020 DTS file which
> > > is also included by rev-E (assuming that PWM wiring is not some rev-E specific
> > > thing).
> Can you add the stih415 bindings in V2 as well?

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Lee Jones
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