I'm comparing functionality of ayufun's u-boot for ROCK64
board (hardware v2.0) to sysutils/u-boot-rock64 and found following:
1. MAC addresses are not readied from the hardware
so a random MAC is assigned at each boot:
Warning: ethernet@ff540000 (eth0) using random MAC address - 3a:c9:e1:25:79:a5
U-Boot's environment variables ethaddr and eth1addr are not assigned.
2. USB 3.0 is not working even after applying of these 2 patches:
3. USB 2.0 is not working after boot,
but can be enabled manually by this command:
# gpioctl -f /dev/gpioc0 2 0
Unfortunately this is far beyond my experience to fix this
but I'm willing to test if necessary.
Maintainer informed via mail
^Triage: Assign to uboot@ (MAINTAINER of this port) after creating a Bugzilla Account for that address.
^Triage: Really, sysutils/u-boot* ports should be maintained by an individual (not a mailing list), so that feedback can be requested from them.