Endianess problems in linuxppc kernel
Christian.Bauer at uni-mainz.de
Wed Apr 28 20:13:55 EST 1999
>> Bus 0, device 16, function 0:
>> Unknown class: Apple Unknown device (rev 1).
>> Vendor id=106b. Device id=7.
>> Medium devsel. Master Capable. Latency=32.
>> Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xf3000000 [0xf3000000].
>Do you know which Apple chip is this, so it can be added to the pciutils
The device tree has this to say:
#address-cells = [00000001 = 1]
#size-cells = [00000001 = 1]
AAPL,address = [f3000000 = -218103808]
class-code = [00ff0000 = 16711680]
device-id = [00000007 = 7]
device_type = "dbdma"
devsel-speed = [00000001 = 1]
max-latency = [00000000 = 0]
min-grant = [00000000 = 0]
model = "AAPL,343S0172"
name = "ohare"
revision-id = [00000001 = 1]
vendor-id = [0000106b = 4203]
>You are using atyfb? What kind of ATI Mach64 chip do you have?
>I'd say the wrong values are written to MEM_CNTL. But atyfb always writes the
>same values to MEM_CNTL, i.e. it doesn't depend on what MacOS did before?!?
Maybe the host bridge also does byte swapping on the frame buffer??
/ Coding on PowerPC and proud of it
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