Lite5200 and PCI1520

Zeitler, Nathan nzeitler at
Tue Dec 14 09:09:58 EST 2004

Hello Wolfgang, 

>Now what? Is it a custom board, or a Lite5200? 

My apologies.  It is a custom board based closely on the design of the
Lite5200.  Thus we are able to put a PCI1520 chip on the same PCB and
connect it to the MPC5200 PCI bus.

>U-Boot 1.1.1 is old. You better use current code (top of CVS).
>ELDK 2.1 is extremely old. You better use a current version (3.1).

Agreed, they are old, although I was hoping to be more certain that the
age of the toolchain was a problem first.  I have tried top-of-CVS
UBOOT, but reverted when no evident improvement occurred. 
>What's you PCMCIA config file looking like?

Under /etc/sysconfig/pcmcia:

Under /etc/pcmcia/config.opts... 
(This is as how I found it, although I added the 4th port address and
changed the memory range in an attempt to get it to cooperate.  I/O
resources aren't even being detected, so I tried adding 0x50000000 to
each I/O port address in yenta.c and adding the same value to each I/O
here to no avail):
include port 0x100-0x4ff, port 0x800-0x8ff, port 0xc00-0xcff, port
include memory 0x40000000-0x40001fff
include port 0xa00-0xaff
exclude irq 4
exclude irq 7
module "ray_cs" opts "essid=ADHOC_ESSID hop_dwell=128 beacon_period=256

Help with respect to getting the interrupts and anything further
(configuration files and more) is appreciated, although for the sake of
keeping on topic, I can send any Card Services-based queries to the
pcmcia-cs mailing list if so desired :-)

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