pcmcia- config.opts, cis and pci
sanjeevm at sanyo.co.in
Thu Aug 29 14:00:27 EST 2002
Thank you david,
right now I 'm using 16 bit card. does it mean that enabling pci has no
sigficant as there is no pci bus.
you can have a look at hardware(visit link)
do I need to write a driver for sockets of my controller?
From: David Gibson [mailto:david at gibson.dropbear.id.au]
Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2002 5:21 AM
To: 'linuxppc-dev at lists.linuxppc.org'
Subject: Re: pcmcia- config.opts, cis and pci
On Wed, Aug 28, 2002 at 03:30:14PM +0530, Sanjeev Manral wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm using pcmcia-cs-3.2.0 my kernel is 2.4.17. It's a ppc405 board.
> pcmcia-cs is not able to detect ide_cs card and telling it a Blank card.
> I've tried many options in /etc/pcmcia/config.opts but nothing is working.
> I'm having one more doubt. there is no PCI brige in manual of my hardware.
> It is using coreconnect architecture and PCMCIA controller is directly
> connected to processor local bus. In hardware there is not a single
> of pci-plb bridge.
> If I disable "pci" in "make xconfig" "card bus support" is also disabling
> and there are no sockets.
> shall I enable "pci" and "card bus support"( I'm trying this, IS IT
Probably not - are you using a 16-bit PCMCIA "PC Card" or a 32-bit
"CardBus" card. Since you have no PCI, chances are your hardware will
only support the 16-bit cards.
> I debugged it with enable "pci" and "card bus support". driver is not able
> to get a valid cis. and trying to load a blank card driver( memory_cs )
> instead of ide_cs.
> Is it a problem with only config.opts or some other problem.
> I don't know where to proceed. if somebody knows how and where to get a
> valid config.opts please let me know.
David Gibson | For every complex problem there is a
david at gibson.dropbear.id.au | solution which is simple, neat and
** Sent via the linuxppc-dev mail list. See http://lists.linuxppc.org/
More information about the Linuxppc-dev