[HD64461_PCMCIA_driver] - Shared IRQ lines / Segfaults
kristoffer.ericson at gmail.com
Wed Jan 30 09:03:15 EST 2008
On Wed, 30 Jan 2008 14:05:59 +0100
Manuel Lauss <mano at roarinelk.homelinux.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 30, 2008 at 01:20:36PM +0100, Kristoffer Ericson wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > Driver detects card insertion / ejection and sets power properly. The mapping looks resonable also compairing to a working 2.6.17 driver.
> > modprobe hostap_cs
> > hostap_cs: Registered netdevice wifi0
> > Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 00000028
> > pc = 8d0031b8
> > *pde = 00000000
> > Oops: 0000 [#1]
> > Modules linked in: hostap_cs hostap orinoco_cs orinoco hermes atmel_cs atmel
> > Pid : 283, Comm: modprobe
> > PC is at generic_inw+0x8/0x20
> > PC : 8d0031b8 SP : 8ecaba74 SR : 400000f0 TEA : c0045040 Not tainted
> > R0 : 00000028 R1 : 8d2d9030 R2 : 8d2ac050 R3 : 00000007
> > R4 : 00000028 R5 : 00000002 R6 : 00000080 R7 : 8ecf06a0
> > R8 : 8ee62000 R9 : 00008a32 R10 : c002a1b0 R11 : 8ee62000
> > R12 : 00000080 R13 : 8ee62000 R14 : 8ecf06a0
> > MACH: 0000458f MACL: 00001110 GBR : 296ce450 PR : 8d0031b8
> > Call trace:
> > [<c002a1fa>] prism2_interrupt+0x4a/0xc50 [hostap_cs]
> The oops output suggests it crashes in
> specifically when it tries to read the HF384X_SWSUPPORT0_OFF register
> (which ist at offset 0x28, just like the oopsing address).
> So, looking at the HFA384X_INW macro, it seems dev->base_addr is NULL.
> I suspect this is because of set_io_map() callback in the hd64461.c
> socket driver. The comment there says IO area is statically mapped,
> yet it returns null; I suggest you let it return the base address of
> the IO area instead.
I tried returning the base IO area but didn't make any difference. I took a look at some other pcmcia drivers
set_io_map and it looks it should only return 0 on success.
When setting up the socket I define socket->io_offset = 0xba000000 which it should use. A bit lost why it doesn't get used though.
Its the only IO area so thats why its static. Perhaps the io_offset is ment to be used with base_addr?
> Manuel Lauss
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