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Old 11-07-2008, 06:04 AM   #1
subhashini.s
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configuring RMII on mpc8360e processor in linux 2.6.22


Dear Sir,

I am using
linux: linux 2.6.22
CPU: MPC8360E
Uboot: u-boot-1.3.2


I am working on a board where linux has to be loaded using fdt. And after kernel is up, ethernet phy should be configured as RMII mode.

Here I downloaded fdt file(.dtb) and file linux 2.6.22.

My phy is working in Uboot but not working in kernel. I had selected the appropriate driver in menuconfig. And in fdt also I had included phy device. Phy is not able to ping to other system. but it could ping itself. Am I missing some configuration? What could be the problem?

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