@@ -34,7 +34,8 @@
* Board-specific wiring options include using split power mode with
* RTC_OFF_NOFF used as the reset signal (so the RTC won't be reset),
* and wiring RTC_WAKE_INT (so the RTC alarm can wake the system from
- * low power modes). See the BOARD-SPECIFIC CUSTOMIZATION comment.
+ * low power modes) for OMAP1 boards (OMAP-L138 has this built into
+ * the SoC). See the BOARD-SPECIFIC CUSTOMIZATION comment.
#define OMAP_RTC_BASE 0xfffb4800
@@ -401,16 +402,17 @@ static int __init omap_rtc_probe(struct platform_device *pdev)
/* BOARD-SPECIFIC CUSTOMIZATION CAN GO HERE:
- * - Boards wired so that RTC_WAKE_INT does something, and muxed
- * right (W13_1610_RTC_WAKE_INT is the default after chip reset),
- * should initialize the device wakeup flag appropriately.
+ * - Device wake-up capability setting should come through chip
+ * init logic. OMAP1 boards should initialize the "wakeup capable"
+ * flag in the platform device if the board is wired right for
+ * being woken up by RTC alarm. For OMAP-L138, this capability
+ * is built into the SoC by the "Deep Sleep" capability.
* - Boards wired so RTC_ON_nOFF is used as the reset signal,
* rather than nPWRON_RESET, should forcibly enable split
* power mode. (Some chip errata report that RTC_CTRL_SPLIT
* is write-only, and always reads as zero...)
- device_init_wakeup(&pdev->dev, 0);
if (new_ctrl & (u8) OMAP_RTC_CTRL_SPLIT)
pr_info("%s: split power mode\n", pdev->name);