a last update the dirty hack in the pirq_routing is not needed, therefor i made a new diff for it. This contains just the fix in the printk call, to keep de compiler happy, and me too :-)
Signed-off : Marc Bertens firstname.lastname@example.org
on the following patches; 1. arch-pirq-rouring.diff 2. dec21143-driver.diff 3. pcmcia-cardbus-driver.diff 4. working-nokia.diff
On Mon, 2010-05-31 at 22:23 +0200, mbertens wrote:
i was to fast on the send button, the Nokia IP530 is now finally fully working.
- the four on-board NICs (22143PD)
- the 2 PCMCIA-Cardbus slots
- the 3 compact PCI expansion slots (with 12 NICs)
I got it working with 16 ethernet controller (all 21143PD), two HDDs on the primary IDE controller and two HDD's on the secondary controller. The on-board CF slot works as master on the primary IDE controller. very nice for silent running (hihi, with those 4 fan's in the back).
for the NICs i added a driver to the src/drivers/dec/21143. for the pcmcia-cardbus controller i added a driver to the src/drivers/ti/pcmcia-cardbus. these where required to get the devices proberly working. These are added as drivers so that other can use then in there configuration to. the parameters can be set in the configuration "menuconfig", "xconfig" or "gconfig".
all this depends still on a patch to the 'src/arch/i386/boot/pirq_routing.c' to get the interrupt routing correct working. i will look into this to fix in the near future.
I find the coreboot project a great project and i have a lot of fun working on it. and i will do so. Next on mylist is the Nokia-IP330, yes again a Nokia piece of hardware.
"That's all folks"
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