On Sat, Oct 28, 2017 at 10:26 AM, Kevin O'Connor wrote:
Okay.  One more thing to try is a slightly different voltage range.

-Kevin

--- a/src/hw/sdcard.c
+++ b/src/hw/sdcard.c
@@ -123,6 +123,17 @@ struct sdhci_s {
#define SRF_DATA 0x04

// SDHCI result flags
+#define SR_OCR_VDD_165_195 (1<<7)
+#define SR_OCR_VDD_27_28   (1<<15)
+#define SR_OCR_VDD_28_29   (1<<16)
+#define SR_OCR_VDD_29_30   (1<<17)
+#define SR_OCR_VDD_30_31   (1<<18)
+#define SR_OCR_VDD_31_32   (1<<19)
+#define SR_OCR_VDD_32_33   (1<<20)
+#define SR_OCR_VDD_33_34   (1<<21)
+#define SR_OCR_VDD_34_35   (1<<22)
+#define SR_OCR_VDD_35_36   (1<<23)
+#define SR_OCR_S18R    (1<<24)
#define SR_OCR_CCS     (1<<30)
#define SR_OCR_NOTBUSY (1<<31)

@@ -181,7 +192,7 @@ static int
sdcard_pio(struct sdhci_s *regs, int cmd, u32 *param)
{
-    dprintf(9, "sdcard_pio cmd %x %x %x\n", cmd, *param, state);
+    dprintf(1, "sdcard_pio cmd %x %x %x\n", cmd, *param, state);
if ((state & SP_CMD_INHIBIT)
|| ((cmd & 0x03) == 0x03 && state & SP_DAT_INHIBIT)) {
dprintf(1, "sdcard_pio not ready %x\n", state);
@@ -203,7 +214,7 @@ sdcard_pio(struct sdhci_s *regs, int cmd, u32 *param)
writew(&regs->irq_status, SI_CMD_COMPLETE);
memcpy(param, regs->response, sizeof(regs->response));
-    dprintf(9, "sdcard cmd %x response %x %x %x %x\n"
+    dprintf(1, "sdcard cmd %x response %x %x %x %x\n"
, cmd, param[0], param[1], param[2], param[3]);
return 0;
}
@@ -302,13 +313,13 @@ sdcard_set_power(struct sdhci_s *regs)
u32 volt, vbits;
if (cap & SD_CAPLO_V33) {
-        volt = 1<<20;
+        volt = SR_OCR_VDD_32_33 | SR_OCR_VDD_33_34;
vbits = SPC_V33;
} else if (cap & SD_CAPLO_V30) {
-        volt = 1<<18;
+        volt = SR_OCR_VDD_29_30 | SR_OCR_VDD_30_31;
vbits = SPC_V30;
} else if (cap & SD_CAPLO_V18) {
-        volt = 1<<7;
+        volt = SR_OCR_VDD_165_195;
vbits = SPC_V18;
} else {
dprintf(1, "SD controller unsupported volt range (%x)\n", cap);
@@ -399,11 +410,11 @@ sdcard_card_setup(struct sddrive_s *drive, int volt, int prio)
if (ret)
return ret;
// Let card know SDHC/SDXC is supported and confirm voltage
-    u32 hcs = 0, vrange = (volt >= (1<<15) ? 0x100 : 0x200) | 0xaa;
+    u32 hcs = 0, vrange = (volt >= SR_OCR_VDD_27_28 ? 0x100 : 0x200) | 0xaa;
param[0] = vrange;
ret = sdcard_pio(regs, SC_SEND_IF_COND, param);
if (!ret && param[0] == vrange)
-        hcs = (1<<30);
+        hcs = SR_OCR_CCS | (1<<28);
// Verify SD card (instead of MMC or SDIO)
param[0] = 0x00;
ret = sdcard_pio_app(regs, SC_APP_SEND_OP_COND, param);
@@ -414,8 +425,12 @@ sdcard_card_setup(struct sddrive_s *drive, int volt, int prio)
if (ret)
return ret;
drive->card_type |= SF_MMC;
-        hcs = (1<<30);
+        hcs = SR_OCR_CCS;
}
+    // XXX
+    if (volt == (SR_OCR_VDD_32_33 | SR_OCR_VDD_33_34)
+        && hcs && readl(&regs->cap_lo) & SD_CAPLO_V18)
+        hcs |= SR_OCR_S18R;
// Init card
u32 end = timer_calc(SDHCI_POWERUP_TIMEOUT);
for (;;) {
@@ -434,6 +449,10 @@ sdcard_card_setup(struct sddrive_s *drive, int volt, int prio)
}
msleep(5); // Avoid flooding log when debugging
}
+    if (param[0] & SR_OCR_S18R) {
+        dprintf(1, "Card requests 1.8 volt\n");
+        return -1;
+    }
drive->card_type |= (param[0] & SR_OCR_CCS) ? SF_HIGHCAPACITY : 0;
// Select card (get cid, set rca, get csd, select card)
param[0] = 0x00;

no luck, log attached