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Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk wrote:
>I have this set-top box with a National Semiconductor Geode SC1200 chip
>with a built-in watch-dog plus a lot more.
>
>Does anyone know if there is any support for the sc1200-specific features
>in the current kernels, or if there are patches available?

Darn, I've been meaning to clean these patches up for a month or so,
but I haven't had the time yet. I've made a snapshot of my CVS tree
that you can find at:

http://www.nano-system.com/scx200/

These patches are for a box called the Nano Computer, a SC2200 based
system that I've been involved in the design of. I've written drivers
for the Watchdog, an I2C bus, a MTD map driver and a few small fixes
and workarounds. These drivers ought to work across the whole SCx200
line of processors.

First of all, the current snapshot is based upon Linux-2.4.17 + Keith
Owens kbuild-2.5 system. To get something that you can use, download,
unpack and patch all the neccesary stuff:

tar xvfz scx200-20020219.tar.gz
cd nano/kernel
tar xvfz linux-2.4.17.tar.gz
cd linux
bzcat kbuild-2.5-2.4.16-3.bz2 | patch -p1
bzcat kbuild-2.5-2.4.17-1.bz2 | patch -p1

Then, to build a kernel use nano/kernel/build.sh which is just a shell
script that wraps the kbuild stuff:

cd nano/kernel
./build.sh config
./build.sh

And, now for the drivers.

nano/kernel/arch/i386/kernel/scx200.c -- probes for a SCx200 CPU
and allocates some resources, and code to control the GPIO pins

nano/kernel/arch/i386/kernel/scx200_nano.c -- board specific setup
for the Nano Computer, it mostly sets up a few things that the
BIOS hasn't set up the way I want them to be

nano/kernel/nano/init/main.c -- has been modified to call
scx200_init and scx200_nano_init

nano/kernel/nano/drivers/char/scx200_watchdog.c -- a driver for
the built in watchdog of a SCx200 CPU

nano/kernel/nano/drivers/i2c/scx200_i2c.c -- a driver for an I2C
bus using two GPIO pins

nano/kernel/nano/drivers/mtd/maps/scx200_docflash.c -- a driver
for using Intel Strataflash mapped via the DOCCS pin

nano/kernel/nano/drivers/ide/* -- I've modified the CS5530 IDE
driver to recognize the SCx200 IDE controller. WARNING! I'm not
sure if this is a safe thing to do, the specifications for the
CS5530 and the SCx200 look quite similar, but I might have missed
something. Remove this directory to be on the safe side.

nano/kernel/nano/drivers/net/natsemi.c -- contains some debugging
code and a fix to turn off wake-on-lan since it caused an
interrupt storm if I did ifconfig eth0 down. I belive this has
been fixed in newer versions of the natsemi driver.

nano/kernel/nano/include/linux/pci_ids.h -- updated with PCI IDs
for the SCx200 CPUs.

nano/kernel/nano/include/linux/scx200.h -- header file for the
scx200.c functions.

nano/kernel/sensors/* -- is just a copy of the lm75 and eeprom
drivers from lm_sensors (the board I'm using have a serial eeprom
and two temperature sensors)

It should be trivial to move these drivers to a newer Linux kernel and
to work without the kbuild stuff.

Any questions, suggestions or flames regarding the drivers are
welcome. I'd be especially happy if someone can take a look at the
GPIO functions in scx200.h and tell me if they look ok. I think I've
managed to build an interrupt safe way of touching the I/O ports, but
I might have missed something.

Hm, I'd better put this mail up as a README.txt at the same place.

/Christer
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