this series adds support for the Tegra-based HP Chromebook 14 (aka nyan
blaze), which is very similar to the Acer Chromebook 13 (aka nyan big).
Because they both include tegra124-nyan.dtsi, some improvements to Blaze
support have also benefitted the Big. I have tested that USB2, the panels,
HDMI, the trackpad, Wifi and sound work on both.
The leaf DTs contain the whole pinmux configuration as generated by
tegra-pinmux-scripts. I chose to not put the common configuration in the
common dtsi so we can paste the output as is and be sure that the kernel
doesn't diverge from the canonical data.