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Old 11-08-2005, 05:25 PM   #1
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Xilinx ML310 board

I am using xilinx ml310 board. Now I want to use networking feature on the
and hence I have to enable the "ENABLE PCI" option in the
configuration of
kernel which I am trying to load onto the ppc.
Now once I enable the enable pci option what happens is that the kernel during
the make zImage command execution asks for the following parameters which are
not present in the xparameters_ml300.h file


All these parameters I believe get added in xparamters_ml300.h file if I am
using ml300 board and I add the pci module in the bsp.
However the ml310 board has a different architecture and hence the pci bridge
parameters get added instead of the above.
How do I get around this problem.If I disable the pci then I can compile the
kernel succesfully. But to use the networking feature I believe I have to use
Has anyone come across this problem?
Has anyone successfully compiled linux kernel with pci support on ml310?


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