> At Wed, 5 Sep 2001 11:47:30 -0400,
> Jonathan Chen wrote:
> > On Mon, Sep 03, 2001 at 08:26:16PM +0900, Yoichi NAKAYAMA wrote:
> > > I just cvsup'ed and buildkernel with NEWCARD.
> > > Then my note book doesn't recognize MAC address of the card(3CXFE575CT-JP)
> > > following are concerning log for new kernel and old kernel(cvsup'ed 2-3 weeks ago)
> > This looks like it could have been caused by my moving the default io
> > range around. The IO port assigned to your card could be in conflict with
> > something else. Try the following patch, which reverts to the old range.
> > It would be really nice if the pci bus code could just do these assignments
> > automagically...
> > Index: pccbb.c
> > ===================================================================
> > RCS file: /export/ncvs/src/sys/dev/pccbb/pccbb.c,v
> > retrieving revision 1.24
> > diff -u -r1.24 pccbb.c
> > --- pccbb.c 2001/08/27 11:23:05 1.24
> > +++ pccbb.c 2001/09/05 15:44:45
> > @@ -1243,8 +1243,8 @@
> > start = end = tmp;
> > break;
> > case SYS_RES_IOPORT:
> > - if (start <= 0x1000)
> > - start = 0x1000;
> > + if (start <= 0x3000)
> > + start = 0x3000;
> > if (end < start)
> > end = start;
> > break;
I think this trouble can be easily solved if we can controll
PCCBB_START_IO as we can controll PCCBB_START_MEM by last change:
; revision 1.31
; date: 2001/11/26 07:17:09; author: imp; state: Exp; lines: +16 -5
; Make the start memory address that we use configurable via a boot
; loader parameter. This allows us to more easily boot on big memory
; configuration machines. hw.pccbb.start_mem. Reflect this in a sysctl
; so we can read it from userland.
Is it my misunderstanding?
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