Don't allocate address space for bmoca on host CPU

Previously, bmoca defined a platform device that erroneously reserved
the address space 0x10600000-0x107ffd97 on the host (ARM) CPU which does
not make sense. Said interval applies to address space on the BCM6803
not the ARM CPU.

This is the content of /proc/iomem from before the change:

GSAFSJ1403E0024# cat /proc/iomem
00000000-02bfffff : System RAM
03400000-03ffffff : ddr
04000000-3fffffff : System RAM
  04008000-04510fff : Kernel text
  0453e000-045b23c7 : Kernel data
  10600000-107ffd97 : bmoca.0
83000000-83001fff : iram
904500d0-904500d8 : comcerto_wdt

Change-Id: I892ad68aa9116e749ddbe16b0a2e5b72ca48ab1e
3 files changed
tree: 4cdc48e64b2a5b9bc6278e5e69067965f2a4622a
  1. 3.3/
  2. 3.8/
  3. bbsi.h
  4. bmoca-6802.c
  5. bmoca.h
  6. Makefile