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Old 08-09-2006, 12:29 PM   #1
ashlesha
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Question IDE Routines


Hello,

I am working on writing the board support IDE routines for the Encore M3 board (AU1500 MIPS processor) for the 2.6 kernel.

The IDE interface is implemented through the VIA Southbridge VIA VT82C686B, Super I/O.
When I looked at the ide.c file in the encm3/ directory, i found the following functions that basically assign a register base in the PCI register space.

encm3_ide_probe
encm3_ide_default_irq
encm3_ide_init_hwif_ports
encm3_ide_default_io_base

etc.

Can someone please point me to a useful link that can give direction to my efforts in rewriting this file to init IDE devices in the board support part of the kernel code?

Thank you,
Ashlesha.
 
  


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