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SubjectRe: sys & legacy buses plus interrupt controller and IDE support
On Чтв, Фев 14, 2002 at 10:35:47 +0100, Pavel Machek wrote:
> Hi!
>
> > > Here it goes. For now I only put one device on each bus (sys &
> > > legacy), but I'll quickly expand it once merged. Please apply,
> >
> > please take a quick look at attached patch. It's your patch with
> > minor modification, hwif->pci_dev used as parent for ide interface.
>
> Looks good...
>
> > I made it because it was strange to see HPT370 IDE interface
> > under legacy bus :))
>
> Are you sure? I mean, that device is southbridge-integrated?
> Are you sure it is really on PCI? Does it use PCI interrupt?

I'm absolutely sure. HPT370 is a separate IDE controller chip
connected to PCI bus. Can't provide /proc/pci right now,
it's my home machine.

> Anyway, it is probably less confusing to put the device onto PCI,
> because people expect it there, and it was simple enough change. I'll
> merge in into my local tree.
>

Best regards.
--
Andrey Panin | Embedded systems software engineer
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