> I've just changed the value of CCCR in the u-boot source.
Thank you, Ash, that's excellent information. I have not built u-boot
since buildroot days, but how hard can it be?
I have at least two XL6P that were shipped with 400 MHZ U-Boots. Both
have 20 MHz MMC clocks and are subject to the failures logged in my
other recent posts. This tells me that the slower U-Boot does not by
itself slow down the MMC interface.
For the record, and to partially answer Ash's question of last May, I
have one board of PF270B-R1923 and one of PF270B-R2635. They were sent
to me by the end user as representative failing units. Both fail the
watchdog test (links below).
> > I've just changed the value of CCCR in the u-boot source.
> Thank you, Ash, that's excellent information. I have not built u-boot
> since buildroot days, but how hard can it be?
The answer is, pretty hard, but that's a different post.