Thursday, 2019-05-30

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somlo_florent__: https://github.com/enjoy-digital/litex/pull/188 (miscellaneous code cleanups while I was knocking about around the code trying to understand MMIO register address allocation :)15:25
tpbTitle: Miscellaneous cleanup patches by gsomlo · Pull Request #188 · enjoy-digital/litex · GitHub (at github.com)15:25
somloI have a work-in-progress patch (currently a horrendous hack) that modifies CSR/MMIO allocation to 64-bit alignment: https://github.com/enjoy-digital/litex/commit/829e3a80dbb7cd97314931e07cdb4c23ebf7517b15:25
tpbTitle: RFC (Do Not Pull!): Align MMIO (CSR) registers on 64-bit address boun… · enjoy-digital/[email protected] · GitHub (at github.com)15:25
somlowith that, I can boot 64-bit Rocket + Litex on ecp5versa and pass memtest!15:26
somlothat said, what software do you all use for serial access? I'm using 'screen' and it looks like this: https://pasteboard.co/Ih6WxXq.png15:38
tpbTitle: Pasteboard - Uploaded Image (at pasteboard.co)15:38
somlowould like to do a  nice image capture to show my boss, and this just won't do :)15:38
somlonvm, apparently minicom has the "add carriage return" feature, which seems to do the trick nicely. Wish screen had a command line flag to do that...15:51
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somlohttp://www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu/~somlo/BTCP/boot_litex_on_ecp5versa.mp416:23
_florent__somlo: you can use litex_term provided by litex, thakns for the patch, i'll try to have a closer look at that tomorrow19:31
_florent__somlo: great if it's now working correctly19:32
somlo_florent__: I haven't tried to netboot anything yet, that's probably the next brick wall I'll be hitting19:38
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futarisIRCcloudhttps://twitter.com/RadionaOrg/status/1133817236546838528?s=0921:27
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