* ti-soc-thermal fails on OMAP3
@ 2020-06-29 14:19 Adam Ford
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From: Adam Ford @ 2020-06-29 14:19 UTC (permalink / raw)
To: Linux-OMAP, linux-pm
I submitted a patch in November to enable idling of the bandgap on
OMAP3, however it was never applied. I spent some time over the
weekend trying refresh my memory on what was going on and what's left
to do so I could re-submit the patch after re-basing it.
Unfortunately, I am getting some errors even before attempting to
re-apply my patch.
ti-soc-thermal: probe of 48002524.bandgap failed with error -22
I did some digging on this. EINVAL (-22) is set in ti-thermal-common
in two places, and in both places it's trying either
ti_bandgap_get_sensor_data or ti_thermal_build_data.
I haven't had time to bisect yet, but I will. I was just hoping
someone might have some ideas to save me some time.
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