AGP : ATI128,powerpc
Kevin B. Hendricks
khendricks at ivey.uwo.ca
Thu Nov 15 08:09:44 EST 2001
Try Ben Herrenschmidt's tree. There is support for powerpc in that tree.
On November 14, 2001 03:52, Vincent Katz wrote:
> Linux version : 2.4.14
> File with a supposed probleme : linux/drivers/char/agp/agpgart_be.c
> I have a powerpc with an ati128 AGP.
> When i compile the kernel i have this error : error "Please define
> this error come from the function flush_cache in agpgart_be.c where
> definition for powerpc are not setting . Why ?
> > static inline void flush_cache(void)
> >#if defined(__i386__) || defined(__x86_64__)
> > asm volatile ("wbinvd":::"memory");
> >#elif defined(__alpha__) || defined(__ia64__) || defined(__sparc__)
> > /* ??? I wonder if we'll really need to flush caches, or if the
> > core logic can manage to keep the system coherent. The ARM
> > speaks only of using `cflush' to get things in memory in
> > preparation for power failure.
> > If we do need to call `cflush', we'll need a target page,
> > as we can only flush one page at a time.
> > Ditto for IA-64. --davidm 00/08/07 */
> > mb();
> >#error "Please define flush_cache."
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