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Add DTS file for Solidrun ClearFog board
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Authored by bsz_semihalf.com on Jul 27 2016, 8:05 AM.

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ClearFog is equipped with Marvell Armada 388 SoC, which is already
supported in FreeBSD.

Submitted by: Bartosz Szczepanek <bsz@semihalf.com>
Obtained from: Semihalf
Sponsored by: Stormshield
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This DTS will be imported as part of the Linux 4.7 DTS import
I'm not sure we want to have multiple version of it.

In D7326#156208, @manu wrote:

This DTS will be imported as part of the Linux 4.7 DTS import

That's fine. When do you expect it to happen?

In D7326#156208, @manu wrote:

This DTS will be imported as part of the Linux 4.7 DTS import

That's fine. When do you expect it to happen?

@andrew imported the DTS in the vendor branch so it would not take a long time.
Anyway thanks for working on this board, I was wondering if this could be my new router at home :)

In D7326#156220, @manu wrote:
In D7326#156208, @manu wrote:

This DTS will be imported as part of the Linux 4.7 DTS import

That's fine. When do you expect it to happen?

@andrew imported the DTS in the vendor branch so it would not take a long time.
Anyway thanks for working on this board, I was wondering if this could be my new router at home :)

All credits to Stormshield. This platform may be a great choice as a router - especially it has configurable switch (with etherswitchcfg, we wrote driver for that) and good performance. But please note that support for Clearfog is not fully polished on current, things may need to be glued together and additionally tested to achieve stability you expect from router device.

If I happen to have some spare time (hopefully it's still possible), I'll try to test it further and possibly commit something...

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