kiwi.bin fails on PMUX check
After some recent power failulers I ended up with a non functional board.
It seems that kiwi.bin is complaining about some EEPROM stored values that are not as expected.
For instance "PMUX 0_30 got 0x37 != want 0x2f" and then it paniced.
In my desperate attemps to bring back the SDR live again, I commented the panic at line 101 of platform/beaglebone_black/peri.cpp and it worked!
However it doesn't seem so normal to have some bad values stored at EEPROM, even though I am not aware of their use. Is there a way to re-flash the EEPROM remotely, or alter those bad values to the defaults?
Now everytime an update comes, I have to manually insert a comment and recompile in order to be on air!
73's de SV3EXP