mpc744x, Marvell mv6446x kernel guidance please
dale at farnsworth.org
Thu Jul 31 09:10:46 EST 2008
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 08:56:18AM -0500, Stephen Horton wrote:
> Thanks for your kind encouragement. I now have a mostly booting kernel.
> I have just a few remaining issues to resolve; perhaps you (or others)
> can give me some tips regarding these:
> 1. In your prpmc2800 .dts configuration, in the PCI bus configuration
> section, you lay-out the IRQ mappings like this:
> interrupt-map = <
> /* IDSEL 0x0a */
> 5000 0 0 1 &/mv64x60/pic 50
> 5000 0 0 2 &/mv64x60/pic 51
> I've read the Open Firmware document on Interrupt Mapping, but I still
> don't really understand the first 3 columns (5000 0 0), especially where
> the first column comes from. Is this just some arbitrarily selected
> offset address for that device on the pci bus?
An address on the PCI bus is represented by 3 cells (96 bits).
Take a look at page 4 of http://www.openbios.org/data/docs/bus.pci.pdf
You'll see that the PCI device is contained in bits 15-11, selected by
the 0xf800 in interrupt-map-mask. The 0x5000 corresponds to device 0xa.
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