Re: dma at ebus
Chris Ross <cross+netbsd <at> distal.com>
2010-06-01 13:51:38 GMT
Oh yeah, I know that the X1 has no sbus at all, and that the pci bus isn't one things can be added to. I've done the
same basic modification for the kernel I just built for this machine, which is where the question came
from. "dma* at ebus?" doesn't configure, and I was wondering if there was any reason it should.
Thanks for the examples, there, too. Good references.
On Jun 1, 2010, at 1:45 AM, Erik Fair wrote:
> More to the point, as the Netra X1 has no Sbus, you may remove or comment out anything and everything to do
with it for NetBSD kernels you intend to boot solely on that machine.
> For two examples, please find these NetBSD/sparc64 5.x system-specific kernel configs:
> FLAPJACK2 is the motherboard code name (on the silkscreen) for the Netra T1 model 200 (500 MHz) and the Sun
Fire V120 (550 & 650 MHz).
> FLAPJACK-LITE is the motherboard code name for the Netra X1, and I believe, the Sun Fire V100 (though I
don't have one of those to look at myself).
> They were both edited down from GENERIC to fit the hardware (and in the case of the FLAPJACK2 which has a
single 32-bit PCI slot, hardware I might likely put in it).
> Erik <fair <at> netbsd.org>