The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System, Second Edition
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    1 # $FreeBSD: releng/11.2/sys/mips/conf/DIR-825C1 295956 2016-02-24 03:06:26Z adrian $
    2 #
    3 # Specific board setup for the D-Link DIR-825C1 router.
    4 #
    5 # The DIR-825C1 has the following hardware:
    6 #
    7 # + AR9344 CPU SoC 74k MIPS
    8 # + ARxxx 2.4GHz 11n
    9 # + ARXXX 5GHz 11n
   10 # + AR8327 Gigabit switch
   11 # + m25p80 based 16MB flash
   12 # + 128MB RAM
   13 # + uboot environment
   14 
   15 #NO_UNIVERSE
   16 
   17 # Include the default AR934x parameters
   18 include         "AR934X_BASE"
   19 ident           DIR825C1
   20 
   21 # Override hints with board values
   22 hints           "DIR-825C1.hints"
   23 
   24 # Force the board memory - the base DB120 has 128MB RAM
   25 options         AR71XX_REALMEM=(128*1024*1024)
   26 
   27 # i2c GPIO bus
   28 device          gpioiic
   29 device          iicbb
   30 device          iicbus
   31 device          iic
   32 
   33 # Options required for miiproxy and mdiobus
   34 options         ARGE_MDIO       # Export an MDIO bus separate from arge
   35 device          miiproxy        # MDIO bus <-> MII PHY rendezvous
   36 
   37 device          etherswitch
   38 device          arswitch
   39 
   40 # read MSDOS formatted disks - USB
   41 options         MSDOSFS
   42 
   43 # Enable the uboot environment stuff rather then the
   44 # redboot stuff.
   45 options         AR71XX_ENV_UBOOT
   46 
   47 # Used for the static uboot partition map
   48 device          geom_map
   49 
   50 # uzip - to boot natively from flash
   51 options         GEOM_UZIP
   52 options         GEOM_PART_GPT
   53 
   54 # yes, this board has a PCI connected atheros device
   55 device          ath_pci
   56 options         AR71XX_ATH_EEPROM
   57 device          firmware                # Used by the above
   58 options         ATH_EEPROM_FIRMWARE
   59 
   60 # Boot off of the rootfs, as defined in the geom_map setup.
   61 options         ROOTDEVNAME=\"ufs:map/rootfs.uzip\"
   62 
   63 # In order to netboot, you have to build the mfsroot into the kernel
   64 # 19443712 or 19M is the biggest rootfs via netboot this thing supports
   65 #options         MD_ROOT         # md device usable as a potential root device
   66 #options         MD_ROOT_SIZE=19444
   67 #makeoptions     MFS_IMAGE=/tftpboot/mfsroot-dir825c1.img.ulzma
   68 #options         ROOTDEVNAME=\"ufs:md0.uzip\"

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