On Mon, 28 Feb 2000, Colin Jensen wrote:
I have some code that does enumeration and memory assignment. The code was designed for a vxWorks firmware project for a system with such a large PCI bus structure that *every* commercial BIOS we have ever seen fails to correctly initialize the bus.
If no one has anything better to serve as a starting point, I'll ask if we can donate it.
That sounds good to me. I'm intrigued that we see another example where bioses fail to configure a machine -- this example really ought to go on the openbios web page.
We should also be checking out linux pci config, as well as freebsd, netbsd, etc.
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