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Re: [PATCH 0/4] pch_uart: Cleanups, board quirks, and user uartclk parameter

> > assume a 192 MHz clock on all boards. The problem with this approach is
> > that the CLKCFG register may have been set to something other than the
> > 192MHz configuration by the firmware.

So you can use the early PCI hooks or even bash the register directly in
your early bootup code. You won't be the only early boot console that
does this sort of thing. There are even people bitbanging PCI I²C
interfaces at boot time for such purpose.

> So, I think default uart_clock 192MHz setting is better than Darren's opinion.

It's certainly easier to maintain, but it would be good to know if the
setting can be written or retrieved directly in the early console setup
using the early PCI ops or similar.


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