[coreboot] patch: move audio, ehci, ohci IRQs from irq_table to cs5536 dts
rminnich at gmail.com
Sun May 4 00:34:21 CEST 2008
On Sat, May 3, 2008 at 3:28 PM, Peter Stuge <peter at stuge.se> wrote:
> > > dev_pci_find_device?
> > I don't see the problem.
> The point is that the device tree model should allow code to be
> associated with the right device, so that no find_device() calls
> are needed.
Well, I welcome the patches. Until I have time for this, or someone
else does, it'sgoing to have to stay that way :-)
I agree that we ought to be able to make this work.
> Until the Geode architecture is supported in Linux we have to deal
> with the PCI emulation. Maybe time to look into OpenVSA a bit more?
I think it's time to move to openvsa. I am not comfortable depending
on this binary blob. I think there's a problem but have no way to even
attempt to diagnose it. Peter, if you could, OpenVSA might be a good
thing for you to focus on for a little bit. Rather than all of us
working on the same thing, I think we need to divide and conquer.
I think I will have to fix this crappy ISDN driver, if only to show
that it's not a coreboot problem.
It would be nice to get Geode rock solid in the next 6 weeks, in time
for July 14.
We are very, very close.
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