TI 1130 chipset woes - no IRQ assigned.
dhinds at sonic.net
Tue Oct 26 21:44:29 EDT 2004
On Tue, Oct 26, 2004 at 09:24:24PM -0400, Jim Nelson wrote:
> Thanks for giving me an answer, though. I'd half expected that the INTx
> lines were not hooked up, but didn't want to try opening the thing up to
> verify it. OTOH, I've learned more about PCI programming and architecture
> than I ever knew existed.
> So, any CardBus-specific drivers should be okay, but anything that relies
> on pci-specific calls will not? (i. e. orinoco_cs will work, but the OHCI
> driver for a USB 2.0 card will not)
Err not exactly. If you use pcmcia-cs, then you can use the 3c575_cb,
tulip_cb, epic_cb drivers directly; and I think you can use kernel hot
plug drivers, like ohci, by loading the dummy_cb driver first.
The orinoco_cs driver isn't a CardBus driver; that's a regular 16-bit
PCMCIA driver and should work regardless.
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