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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2] regulator: core: Use different devices for resource allocation and DT lookup
On Tue, Dec 13, 2022 at 11:23:01PM +0100, Marek Szyprowski wrote:
> On 13.12.2022 17:32, Mark Brown wrote:

> > Thanks for jumping on this so quickly! Marek, are these boards (or
> > similar ones) generally available? They seem great at showing up issues
> > so it'd be good if I could get them into my CI and spot problems earlier
> > (or something like would be about as good)?

> Well, they are quite old, but I've seen some used ones on eBay. Just
> look for "Samsung Chomebook XE503C12" (Peach-Pit) or XE503C32 (Peach-Pi,
> very rare).

> Getting it integrated into the CI requires a bit of manual work. You
> have to solder UART lines to the test points on the motherboard. The
> board can be fully controlled via so called Embedded Controller, what in
> practice means that you can turn power on/off by sending commands to the
> dedicated EC UART. The kernel console UART uses 1.8V, while the EC UART
> - 3.3V. Let me know if you need more details.

Ah, oh dear - I'm afraid my soldering ability isn't up to that sort of

> Peach-Pi was used on some time ago, but I have no idea what
> has happened to it.

I suspect it might've fallen off the end of the ChromeOS support window
and got pulled, I'll see if I can find out. Perhaps there's some
modified boards kicking about that didn't get thrown out.
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