The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System, Second Edition
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    1 #
    2 # Specific board setup for the D-Link DIR-825 router.
    3 #
    4 # The DIR-825 has the following hardware:
    5 #
    6 # + AR7161 CPU SoC
    7 # + AR9223 2.4GHz 11n
    8 # + AR9220 5GHz 11n
    9 # + RealTek RTL8366S Gigabit switch
   10 # + m25p64 based 8MB flash
   11 # + 64MB RAM
   12 # + uboot environment
   13 
   14 # $FreeBSD: releng/10.3/sys/mips/conf/DIR-825 255195 2013-09-03 22:33:06Z sbruno $
   15 
   16 include         "AR71XX_BASE"
   17 ident           "DIR-825"
   18 hints           "DIR-825.hints"
   19 
   20 # Since the kernel image must fit inside 1024KiB, we have to build almost
   21 # everything as modules.
   22 nodevice random
   23 nodevice gpio
   24 nodevice gpioled
   25 nodevice gif
   26 nodevice gre
   27 nodevice if_bridge
   28 nodevice usb
   29 nodevice ehci
   30 nodevice wlan
   31 nodevice wlan_xauth
   32 nodevice wlan_acl
   33 nodevice wlan_wep
   34 nodevice wlan_tkip
   35 nodevice wlan_ccmp
   36 nodevice wlan_rssadapt
   37 nodevice wlan_amrr
   38 nodevice ath
   39 nodevice ath_pci
   40 nodevice ath_hal
   41 nodevice umass
   42 nodevice ath_rate_sample
   43 
   44 nooptions       INET6
   45 
   46 # Don't include the SCSI/CAM strings in the default build
   47 options         SCSI_NO_SENSE_STRINGS
   48 options         SCSI_NO_OP_STRINGS
   49 
   50 # .. And no sysctl strings
   51 options         NO_SYSCTL_DESCR
   52 
   53 # GEOM modules
   54 device          geom_map        # to get access to the SPI flash partitions
   55 device          geom_uncompress # compressed in-memory filesystem hackery!
   56 options         GEOM_UNCOMPRESS
   57 options         GEOM_PART_GPT
   58 
   59 options         ROOTDEVNAME=\"ufs:/dev/map/rootfs.uncompress\"
   60 options         AR71XX_REALMEM=64*1024*1024
   61 
   62 options         AR71XX_ENV_UBOOT
   63 
   64 options         MSDOSFS                 # Read MSDOS filesystems; useful for USB/CF
   65 
   66 # options               MD_ROOT
   67 # options               MD_ROOT_SIZE="6144"
   68 
   69 options         AR71XX_ATH_EEPROM       # Fetch EEPROM/PCI config from flash
   70 options         ATH_EEPROM_FIRMWARE     # Use EEPROM from flash
   71 device          firmware                # Used by the above

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