Re: au1550 support IDE harddisk or not?
Simon Burge <simonb <at> wasabisystems.com>
2006-04-23 17:10:50 GMT
Izumi Tsutsui wrote:
> In article <444B9F98.601 <at> tadpole.com>
> garrett_damore <at> tadpole.com wrote:
> > Hmm... that's kind of a stumper. Something must be wrong. It shows up
> > on my board:
> > aupci0 at aubus0 addr 0x14005000: Alchemy Host-PCI Bridge, 66MHz
> > pci0 at aupci0 bus 0
> > pci0: i/o space, memory space enabled
> > hptide0 at pci0 dev 11 function 0: PCI configuration registers:
> > Common header:
> > 0x00: 0x00071103 0x02300147 0x01040002 0x00008800
> > Can you add PCI_CONFIG_DUMP to your options?
> Or lack of options PCI_NETBSD_CONFIGURE?
> If it's enabled, it might help to set pci_conf_debug=1
> in dev/pci/pciconf.c.
> (is it better to move the option to std.alchemy?)
Needing PCI_NETBSD_CONFIGURE is a function of what the firmware you have
on the board does, so this should be a kernel config file option and
not an std.alchemy option. It's entirely possible that another Alchemy
based board has firmware that sets up PCI nicely for us.
That option (PCI_NETBSD_CONFIGURE) is in DBAU1550, so that shouldn't be
the issue here.