ISA DMA take 2
adrian at humboldt.co.uk
Thu Jan 10 07:43:34 EST 2002
Michael Sokolov wrote:
> Adrian Cox <adrian at humboldt.co.uk> wrote:
>>I have two CT69030 VGA chips on the same PCI bus, but I only enable
>>their PCI memory mapped regions, and never use the legacy VGA addresses.
> Ahh, I didn't know you could disable legacy VGA address decoding.
You don't need to. You just have to make sure that no legacy VGA address
ever appears on the PCI bus for the device to respond to.
This is quite easy - references by the PowerPC to addresses 0xa0000 to
0xfffff will go to RAM, not to PCI. If buffers for bus-mastering
peripherals are never allocated in that range, then those addresses will
never appear on the PCI bus.
Adrian Cox http://www.humboldt.co.uk/
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