[PATCH][bisected]pcmcia:yenta_socket.c fix broken wireless cards.
linux at dominikbrodowski.net
Thu May 20 10:54:34 EDT 2010
On Wed, May 19, 2010 at 02:08:04PM -0700, Justin P. Mattock wrote:
> I've an old dell inspiron 1200(amazingly still works), that use's
> a D-Link DWL-G650, and/or a Dell Wireless 1350 for it's wireless
> With using opensuse11.2(kernel:2.6.32*), the card(s) work fine, but as soon
> as I pulled the latest HEAD, all hell broke loose. So after doing a
> days worth of bisecting with this machine(painfully slow), it finally
> came down to this commit:
> commit 28ca8dd71fc170090edca62cb8129625d01b7760
> Author: Jens K<C3><BC>nzer <Jens.Kuenzer at fpga.homeip.net>
> Date: Sat Mar 6 07:46:16 2010 +0100
> pcmcia: honor saved flags in yenta_socket's I365_CSCINT register
> Instead of overwriting the I365_CSCINT register, save the old value and
> merely change the bits we care about.
> Part 1 of a series to allow the ISA irq to be used for Cardbus devices
> if the socket's PCI irq is unusable.
> [linux at dominikbrodowski.net: split up the original patch, commit message]
> Signed-off-by: Jens Kuenzer <Jens.Kuenzer at fpga.homeip.net>
> Signed-off-by: Dominik Brodowski <linux at dominikbrodowski.net>
> so after fussing around with this commit, and yenta_socket.c
> I come up with something, that does get my cards
> powered up, and all good(hopefully).
> Anyways please have a look, if you need me to test something
> different let me know.
> Signed-off-by: Justin P. Mattock <justinmattock at gmail.com>
Thanks for tracking this issue down! Could you check what "reg" returned
before you applied your patch, and what it is after you applied your patch?
> diff --git a/drivers/pcmcia/yenta_socket.c b/drivers/pcmcia/yenta_socket.c
> index 83ace27..7d6f43b 100644
> --- a/drivers/pcmcia/yenta_socket.c
> +++ b/drivers/pcmcia/yenta_socket.c
> @@ -989,7 +989,7 @@ static int yenta_probe_cb_irq(struct yenta_socket *socket)
> /* generate interrupt, wait */
> - reg = exca_readb(socket, I365_CSCINT);
> + reg = exca_readb(socket, I365_CSCINT | I365_CSC_ANY);
the second parameter to exca_readb() is the address which we read from.
I365_CSCINT is the register at offset 0x05; CSC_ANY isn't a register offset,
but 0x0f ... so you're reading now from a register at offset 0x0f.
Still, something needs to be fixed -- and to do that, it'd be great if you
could tell us the value of "reg" which works, and the value which doesn't.
Then I'll prepare a patch for testing, so that it hopefully not only works
on your system, but also on Jens'.
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