[PATCH 05/33] gpio: add generic single-register fixed-direction GPIO driver
robert.jarzmik at free.fr
Thu Sep 1 14:58:28 PDT 2016
Russell King - ARM Linux <linux at armlinux.org.uk> writes:
> On Thu, Sep 01, 2016 at 09:19:13AM +0200, Robert Jarzmik wrote:
> It looks like:
> (a) pcmcia_probe() in drivers/pcmcia/sa1111_generic.c doesn't check the
> return value from the platform specific init functions, meaning if
> they fail, the driver still binds. (note: they return -ENODEV to
> indicate that they should skip to the next platform.)
You're right, I submitted a patch for that, and I confirm it actually happens on
> (b) there is no clock provided for the sa1111 pcmcia device (aka "1800").
> This should be the same clock as pxa2xx-pcmcia.
Again right in the spot.
I added temporarily a clock until I have a more complete understanding in
+ clk_add_alias(NULL, "1800", "SA1111_CLK", NULL);
With this, things look way better :
[ 1.507480] pcmcia_socket pcmcia_socket1: pccard: PCMCIA card inserted into slot 1
I'm still investigating the new message errors:
[ 0.479157] genirq: Setting trigger mode 3 for irq 387 failed (sa1111_type_highirq+0x0/0x6c)
[ 0.488213] genirq: Setting trigger mode 3 for irq 389 failed (sa1111_type_highirq+0x0/0x6c)
[ 0.507449] genirq: Setting trigger mode 3 for irq 388 failed (sa1111_type_highirq+0x0/0x6c)
[ 0.516492] genirq: Setting trigger mode 3 for irq 390 failed (sa1111_type_highirq+0x0/0x6c)
Moreover, I have a bit of homework as I also see :
- no SA1111 interrupts at all, especially nothing when I insert/remove my
This might be an effect of pxa_cplds_irqs.c I created, I must have a look.
- cat /sys/class/pcmcia_socket/pcmcia_socket1/cis
cat: read error: Input/output error
That will cost me a review of the memory timings registers MCIO1/MECR/xxx,
the power lines, etc ...
- cat /sys/class/pcmcia_socket/pcmcia_socket1/status
slot : 1
status : SS_READY SS_DETECT SS_POWERON SS_3VCARD
csc_mask : SS_DETECT
cs_flags : SS_OUTPUT_ENA
Vcc : 33
Vpp : 33
IRQ : 0 (386)
>> As your gpios are contiguous (0 .. 31), why an array instead of a simple offset
>> so that your translation is only a linear irq = gpio + offset ?
> There isn't a linear translation here:
> MST_PCMCIA_nCD => MAINSTONE_S0_CD_IRQ or MAINSTONE_S1_CD_IRQ
> MST_PCMCIA_nSTSCHG_BVD1 => MAINSTONE_S0_STSCHG_IRQ or MAINSTONE_S1_STSCHG_IRQ
> MST_PCMCIA_nIRQ => MAINSTONE_S0_IRQ or MAINSTONE_S1_IRQ
> So they aren't linear, and every "gpio" doesn't have a corresponding
Ah yes, too bad, it would have been so much simpler.
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