On Mon, 17 Oct 2016, Boie, Andrew P wrote:
On Mon, 2016-10-17 at 11:41 -0400, Dmitriy Korovkin wrote:
I've raised this with Anas a few times. He can comment here, but my
Yes but this is not typical of the sort of boards we are targeting.Then it comes to a question if Zephyr OS should drop the Galileo bards
Galileo is a board that can run Linux. It is not an interesting target for
Zephyr. It is being used for Zephyr for reasons which are largely historical
due to convenience/availability at the time the bring-up is done. The sort
MCUs that a lightweight OS like Zephyr targets are not going to have hot-
pluggable PCI busses.
understanding is that there are still a bunch of people still doing work or
demoing things with Galileo since they were cheap and easy to get ahold of. I
would like to see Galileo removed from the tree as well.
Then we need to deal with it's specifics. At one time I tried to configure
IRQs through PCI legacy module, and it helped, but just partially.