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SubjectRe: [PATCH 14/22] ARM: omap1: use pci_ioremap_io() for omap_cf
On Tue, Aug 13, 2019 at 12:36 PM Tony Lindgren <> wrote:

> * Arnd Bergmann <> [190808 21:34]:
> > The ISA I/O space handling in omap_cf is incompatible with
> > PCI drivers in a multiplatform kernel, and requires a custom
> > mach/io.h.
> >
> > Change the driver to use pci_ioremap_io() like PCI drivers do,
> > so the generic ioport access can work across platforms.
> >
> > To actually use that code, we have to select CONFIG_PCI
> > here.
> >
> > Signed-off-by: Arnd Bergmann <>
> Looks like this series boots for me on 5912osk up to this
> patch

Ok, that's something. Thanks for testing!

>, but this patch breaks booting somehow.
> Any ideas for fixes?

I can think of multiple possible issues:

- I force CONFIG_PCI to be enabled here in order to keep the
asm/io.h logic unchanged. If PCI support in itself is an issue,
then turning on CONFIG_PCI without the rest of this patch
should also break.

- I see that osk is the one board that actually has a CF slot.
If it crashes while trying to access a CF device, then I most
likely screwed up the I/O port mapping itself, so it uses the
wrong virtual and/or physical address for the access.

- I made on the assumption that only CF devices use inb/outb
on any OMAP1 machine. If there is a driver that uses inb/outb
instead of readb/writeb, it would have worked by chance before
but stopped working now.


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