Wrong BAT mapping message in dmesg

Geert Uytterhoeven geert at linux-m68k.org
Fri Jun 6 16:38:37 EST 2003

On Thu, 5 Jun 2003, Etsushi Kato wrote:
> On 2003.6.5, at 04:32  PM, Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:
> >> I recently created Linux-2.4 for NuBus PowerMac repository with
> >> bitkeeper.  If anyone has interested in this, please look at
> >> http://nubus-pmac.bkbits.net/.  This nubus tree is originally derived
> >> from Takashi Oe's 2.4.6-pre3 patch, and I've maintained since
> >> 2.4.19-something.
> >
> > Ah great. I was wondering what was the status. What about 2.5 ? Do
> > you have any intend to go there ?
> It is based on linuxppc_2_4 stable tree (now 2.4.21-rc7), and it is
> quite stable on both PPC601 PowerMacs (6/7/8100) and PPC603(e)
> Performa.  I think nubus patch doesn't cause any big problem on normal
> PowerMac since vmlinux made from the nubus tree works fine on my old
> PCI PowerMac (UMAX C500), but not yet checked in great detail.  One
> thing I haven't port current linuxppc_2_4 code to NuBus is idle_6xx.S.
> NuBus kernel still use old power_save().
> Porting of kernel 2.5 doesn't occur yet.  Nobody on linuxppc-nubus
> mailing list started yet.  But I just tested 2.5.70 on my old UMAX C500
> and confirmed to work on PPC603ev machine today (although valkyriefb.c
> is needed to fix a little bit),  So I'll try to port 2.5 to NuBus
> PowerMac in some extra time.

Do you have any more drivers or driver fixes that are important for Mac/m68k
users as well (both 2.4.x and 2.5.x)?



Geert Uytterhoeven -- There's lots of Linux beyond ia32 -- geert at linux-m68k.org

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