Trying a Promise Ultra/66 on powerpc

Daniel Jacobowitz drow at
Mon Aug 9 13:22:26 EST 1999

On Sun, Aug 08, 1999 at 04:55:01PM -0400, Tom Rini wrote:
> On Sun, 8 Aug 1999, Michel Lanners wrote:
> > This fact was already catered for with the definition of outb/inb and
> > friends, which get an offset added to the port. Unfortunately, the
> > PowerMac IDE code undoes this and replaces it with a different
> > mechanism, which in essence removes the offset. Grrr..
> >
> > I've solved the problem by adding the right offset directly to the
> > io-port values as found in the kernel's PCI structures. I think this
> > needs more serious rework, though. Paul, are you the author of the
> > PowerMac IDE stuff? So we can work this out... 
> Would this be one of the things solved/cleaned up by seperating ide-pmac.c
> and the CONFIG option for it into generic enable IDE stuff and a driver
> for the builtin IDE on some machines?  Last I tried, I needed to enable
> both cmd646 and ide-pmac on myy blue&white (trying to do this is on my
> todo list, someplace.. :))

Yes, it would.  PMAC IDE is currently all mixed in the one option.


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