>Further to my problem with failure at probe time of my PCI NE2000 clone >(and silly previous proposal re call to eth_pio_write at line 880 of >ns8390.c), here is a possible fix - hopefully not so silly. Test whether >probing a PCI board and, if so, go immediately into 16 bit mode before >the first memory test, i.e. > >*** ns8390.c.orig Fri Mar 17 07:53:06 2000 >--- ns8390.c Fri Mar 17 07:54:14 2000 >*************** >*** 877,882 **** >--- 877,885 ---- > outb(D8390_DCR_FT1 | D8390_DCR_LS, eth_nic_base + D83 >90_P0_DCR); > outb(MEM_8192, eth_nic_base + D8390_P0_PSTART); > outb(MEM_16384, eth_nic_base + D8390_P0_PSTOP); >+ #ifdef INCLUDE_NEPCI >+ eth_flags |= FLAG_16BIT; >+ #endif > eth_pio_write(test, 8192, sizeof(test)); > eth_pio_read(8192, testbuf, sizeof(test)); > if (!memcmp(test, testbuf, sizeof(test))) > >It seems that in the kernel driver (ne2k-pci.c) it is assumed that all >PCI boards operate (at least) in 16 bit mode so the above patch just >makes the same assumption. Ok, that looks more reasonable. Can NE2000 users report if this causes any problems? =========================================================================== This Mail was sent to netboot mailing list by: Ken Yap <email@example.com> To get help about this list, send a mail with 'help' as the only string in it's body to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have problems with this list, send a mail to email@example.com.
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