[Linux-ATM-General] mpc8360sar

Li Tony-r64360 Tony.Li at freescale.com
Thu Jul 20 22:07:51 EST 2006

Hi, alex
I am tony li.  I am glad to know that you add many features support.
Do you have test the UBR and AAL0 ? I am lack of enviroment test them
I have not read your code detailly.:)
And which ltib release version is your base ? I have updated my code a
little which contain a workaround for a bug.


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[mailto:linux-atm-general-bounces at lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of
Alex Zeffertt
Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2006 6:40 PM
To: linuxppc-embedded at ozlabs.org;
linux-atm-general at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Linux-ATM-General] mpc8360sar

Hi lists,

I'm writing to announce a new project http://mpc8360sar.sourceforge.net
This is an ATM driver for the QUICC Engine (QE) of the PowerQUICC II Pro
range of processors.  It is based on Tony Li's fsl-atm driver and my
mpc8260sar driver.  I've basically used Tony's driver for the most low
level stuff and ported a lot of extra functionality from my PQII driver.

You will need the Linux BSP from Freescale to build this driver.

I have only tested this driver on mpc832xe-mds, but it should also work
on the mpc8360e-pb board.

If you use mpc8360sar, please let me know how you get on.  In particular
let me know if you work out how to stop the QE occaisionally corrupting
the TCT when using external channels.



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