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pa-risc V0.9 on Model 720 (+ others)

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Ref: Kernel snap-shot of 0603 (presumed similar to V0.9 kernel)

File: linux/include/asm-parisc/io.h
Lines: 27 - 40
Comment out the #ifdef at (appox.) line 27 and matching #endif at (appox) line 40

Situation (sitrep):
Box model 720 doesn't have PCI BA -
Box model 720 EISA BA was an option 
(mine has one, I don't have a card, so I am not building that driver.)

Without either BA's defined - in/out Byte, Word, Long does not have
a prototype in mem.c (amoung other places) - the compiler guesses
(incorrectly) at what inb() and outb() mean.

Makes a difference.

More to follow as I work my way through:
and various other bits and bytes.

Hey - No one ever said this was a clean build, did they?


On Tue, 05 Jun 2001, you wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 05, 2001 at 09:14:05AM -0500, djweis@sjdjweis.com wrote:
> > 
> > On Tue, 5 Jun 2001, Richard Hirst wrote:
> > 
> > > So with the nfsroot you have the D310 booting, but with the 0.9 ISO
> > > it stops after serial driver initialisation.
> > 
> > No, if I boot off the cd, I get IPL errors. When I netboot the kernel off
> > the cd, it stopped at serial init. I don't think it actually stopped, I
> > think it no longer printed but still booted.
> Ah, ok.  I'd misunderstood you.  So the kernel on the CD is no
> different from the one you built yourself.  That's a relief!
> Have you checked both serial ports, just in case the one the
> kernel finds isn't the one you are using?
> From the boot msgs you sent earlier, it looks like you turned
> SERIAL_DEBUG_AUTOCONF on.  Does it actually run the loopback
> test at serial.c:3671 successfully?
> Richard
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