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/*
* This file is part of the coreboot project.
*
* Copyright (C) 2012 The ChromiumOS Authors. All rights reserved.
*
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; version 2 of the License.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
* Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
*/
#include <types.h>
#include <armv7.h>
#include <cbfs.h>
#include <arch/cache.h>
#include <cpu/samsung/exynos5420/i2c.h>
#include <cpu/samsung/exynos5420/clk.h>
#include <cpu/samsung/exynos5420/cpu.h>
#include <cpu/samsung/exynos5420/dmc.h>
#include <cpu/samsung/exynos5420/gpio.h>
#include <cpu/samsung/exynos5420/setup.h>
#include <cpu/samsung/exynos5420/periph.h>
#include <cpu/samsung/exynos5420/power.h>
#include <cpu/samsung/exynos5420/wakeup.h>
#include <console/console.h>
#include <arch/stages.h>
#include <drivers/maxim/max77686/max77686.h>
#include <device/i2c.h>
#include "exynos5420.h"
#define PMIC_BUS 0
#define MMC0_GPIO_PIN (58)
static void setup_power(void)
{
int error = 0;
power_init();
/* Initialize I2C bus to configure PMIC. */
i2c_init(0, I2C_0_SPEED, 0x00);
printk(BIOS_DEBUG, "%s: Setting up PMIC...\n", __func__);
/*
* We're using CR1616 coin cell battery that is non-rechargeable
* battery. But, BBCHOSTEN bit of the BBAT Charger Register in
* MAX77686 is enabled by default for charging coin cell.
*
* Also, we cannot meet the coin cell reverse current spec. in UL
* standard if BBCHOSTEN bit is enabled.
*
* Disable Coin BATT Charging
*/
error = max77686_disable_backup_batt(PMIC_BUS);
error |= max77686_volsetting(PMIC_BUS, PMIC_BUCK2, VDD_ARM_MV,
REG_ENABLE, MAX77686_MV);
error |= max77686_volsetting(PMIC_BUS, PMIC_BUCK3, VDD_INT_UV,
REG_ENABLE, MAX77686_UV);
error |= max77686_volsetting(PMIC_BUS, PMIC_BUCK1, VDD_MIF_MV,
REG_ENABLE, MAX77686_MV);
error |= max77686_volsetting(PMIC_BUS, PMIC_BUCK4, VDD_G3D_MV,
REG_ENABLE, MAX77686_MV);
error |= max77686_volsetting(PMIC_BUS, PMIC_LDO2, VDD_LDO2_MV,
REG_ENABLE, MAX77686_MV);
error |= max77686_volsetting(PMIC_BUS, PMIC_LDO3, VDD_LDO3_MV,
REG_ENABLE, MAX77686_MV);
error |= max77686_volsetting(PMIC_BUS, PMIC_LDO5, VDD_LDO5_MV,
REG_ENABLE, MAX77686_MV);
error |= max77686_volsetting(PMIC_BUS, PMIC_LDO10, VDD_LDO10_MV,
REG_ENABLE, MAX77686_MV);
error |= max77686_enable_32khz_cp(PMIC_BUS);
if (error) {
printk(BIOS_CRIT, "%s: PMIC error: %#x\n", __func__, error);
die("Failed to intialize PMIC.\n");
}
}
static void setup_storage(void)
{
/* MMC0: Fixed, 8 bit mode, connected with GPIO. */
if (clock_set_mshci(PERIPH_ID_SDMMC0))
printk(BIOS_CRIT, "%s: Failed to set MMC0 clock.\n", __func__);
if (gpio_direction_output(MMC0_GPIO_PIN, 1)) {
printk(BIOS_CRIT, "%s: Unable to power on MMC0.\n", __func__);
}
gpio_set_pull(MMC0_GPIO_PIN, GPIO_PULL_NONE);
gpio_set_drv(MMC0_GPIO_PIN, GPIO_DRV_4X);
exynos_pinmux_config(PERIPH_ID_SDMMC0, PINMUX_FLAG_8BIT_MODE);
/* MMC2: Removable, 4 bit mode, no GPIO. */
clock_set_mshci(PERIPH_ID_SDMMC2);
exynos_pinmux_config(PERIPH_ID_SDMMC2, 0);
}
static void setup_graphics(void)
{
exynos_pinmux_config(PERIPH_ID_DPHPD, 0);
}
static void setup_gpio(void)
{
gpio_direction_input(GPIO_D16); // WP_GPIO
gpio_set_pull(GPIO_D16, GPIO_PULL_NONE);
gpio_direction_input(GPIO_Y10); // RECMODE_GPIO
gpio_set_pull(GPIO_Y10, GPIO_PULL_NONE);
gpio_direction_input(GPIO_X35); // LID_GPIO
gpio_set_pull(GPIO_X35, GPIO_PULL_NONE);
gpio_direction_input(GPIO_X13); // POWER_GPIO
gpio_set_pull(GPIO_X13, GPIO_PULL_NONE);
}
static void setup_memory(struct mem_timings *mem, int is_resume)
{
printk(BIOS_SPEW, "man: 0x%x type: 0x%x, div: 0x%x, mhz: %d\n",
mem->mem_manuf,
mem->mem_type,
mem->mpll_mdiv,
mem->frequency_mhz);
/* FIXME Currently memory initialization with mem_reset on normal boot
* will cause resume to fail (even if we don't do mem_reset on resume),
* and the workaround is to temporarily always enable "is_resume".
* This should be removed when the root cause of resume issue is found.
*/
is_resume = 1;
if (ddr3_mem_ctrl_init(mem, DMC_INTERLEAVE_SIZE, !is_resume)) {
die("Failed to initialize memory controller.\n");
}
}
static struct mem_timings *setup_clock(void)
{
struct mem_timings *mem = get_mem_timings();
if (!mem) {
die("Unable to auto-detect memory timings\n");
}
system_clock_init();
return mem;
}
void main(void)
{
struct mem_timings *mem;
void *entry;
int is_resume = (get_wakeup_state() != IS_NOT_WAKEUP);
/* Clock must be initialized before console_init, otherwise you may need
* to re-initialize serial console drivers again. */
mem = setup_clock();
console_init();
if (!is_resume) {
setup_power();
}
setup_memory(mem, is_resume);
if (is_resume) {
wakeup();
}
setup_storage();
setup_gpio();
setup_graphics();
/* Set SPI (primary CBFS media) clock to 50MHz. */
clock_set_rate(PERIPH_ID_SPI1, 50000000);
entry = cbfs_load_stage(CBFS_DEFAULT_MEDIA, "fallback/coreboot_ram");
stage_exit(entry);
}