STK5200 pci_enable_device problem
wd at denx.de
Tue Aug 28 04:58:53 EST 2007
In message <46D26E3F.8040309 at sympatec.com> you wrote:
> >> It's not so easy to compile the PLX drivers on the 4.1 ELDK because of
> >> missing headers in the ppc architecture. I managed to build the drivers
> >> for the 2.6.19 kernel and I was able to work with the card except the
> >> DMA routines (still working on this issue).
> > WHy don't you use the arch/powerpc configuration, then? Note that the
> > STK5200 has never been supported in a 2.6 kernel with a arch/ppc
> > configuration.
> Because I found at least a lite5200 configuration in the 4.1 ELDK
> (184.108.40.206 kernel) in the ARCH/ppc architecure. With ARCH/powerpc I only
You will find many completely unsupported board configurations in the
kernel.org tree, too. The fact that somethign is present does not
> Is there support for the TQM5200 and the STK5200 with ARCH/powerpc in
> newer kernels? I'm still using the 3.1.1 ELDK for the TQM5200 as it have
> everything I need and I don't need to use the PLX card in this board
> (although it would have been nice if I got it working...).
The TQM5200 / STK5200 are supported in our linux-2.6-denx tree with
an arch/powerpc configuration; also lite5200b. Note that - like all
MPC5200 support in the 2.6 kernel - this is all work in progress.
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