On 2018-12-09 18:07, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
On 12/9/18 11:41 AM, mark co-dyre wrote:
> Interesting ... I'd like to check that patch out.
> I believe the HC2 is really just a XU4 thats been turned into a NAS correct?
> If so the XU4 is a 32 bit 8 core SOC device (4-2GHz cores and 4-1.2GHz cores)
> where the C2 is a 64 bit 4 core (1.5ghz) device. I think Samsung put these 8
> core devices in the galaxy s6 phones.
> I have both devices actually. But my focus has been on the 64 bit devices
> because I found the fan on the XU4 undesirable and believe the 64 bit arm
> devices will take over the 32 bit ones eventually. Been the XU4 board is
> quiet awesome as well.
> As for performance, the benchmarks that hardkernel has shown the XU4 out
> performs the the C2. The specs say that as well. Faster processors, more
> cores, faster vpu, usb 3.0 vs 2.0.
> I plan on getting all devices working although I had wanted to start on these
> devices first.
> Which thread talks about that patch?
I think it is subject:
how to make a working f28 sd card for odroid-hc2
Torbjorn Jansson <torbjorn.jansson(a)mbox200.swipnet.se>
Has been working on this.
i assume you refer to this uboot patch:
all this is doing is to add detection for hc2 and then load the correct dtb
file and that's all.
without this patch you need to create a symlink or copy to make it load the
correct dtb file (the hc1 one since hc1 & 2 is basically the same thing)
an mark, please quote past mails in the thread when you reply so it is clear
what you are replying to.