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/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0+ */
* board.c
* Board functions for Birdland Audio BAV335x Network Processor
* Copyright (c) 2012-2014, Birdland Audio -
#ifndef _BOARD_H_
#define _BOARD_H_
/* Serial MagicE: AA 55 BA BE */
enum board_type {UNKNOWN, BAV335A, BAV335B};
* The BAV335x may use a built-in read-only serial EEProm.
* The Evaluation board, disables the write-protect so the Serial-EE
* Can be programmed during manufacturing to store fields such as
* a board serial number, ethernet mac address and other user fields.
* Additionally, the Serial-EE can store the specific version of the
* board it runs on, and overwrite the defaults in _defconfig
#define HDR_NO_OF_MAC_ADDR 3
#define HDR_ETH_ALEN 6
#define HDR_NAME_LEN 8
struct board_eeconfig {
unsigned int magic;
char name[HDR_NAME_LEN]; /* BAV3354 */
char version[4]; /* 0B20 - Rev.B2 */
char serial[16];
char config[32];
char mac_addr[HDR_NO_OF_MAC_ADDR][HDR_ETH_ALEN];
enum board_type get_board_type(bool verbose_debug_output);
* We have three pin mux functions that must exist. We must be able to enable
* uart0, for initial output and i2c0 to read the main EEPROM. We then have a
* main pinmux function that can be overridden to enable all other pinmux that
* is required on the board.
void enable_uart0_pin_mux(void);
void enable_uart1_pin_mux(void);
void enable_uart2_pin_mux(void);
void enable_uart3_pin_mux(void);
void enable_uart4_pin_mux(void);
void enable_uart5_pin_mux(void);
void enable_i2c0_pin_mux(void);
void enable_board_pin_mux(enum board_type board);