Re: Hard Drive light
> I chose macio since I had the struct device pointer easily accessible in pmac.c.
Not all laptops have the IDE under macio though ... some have it under a
PCI node. It should be per-controller ideally... (some machines have
both the macio one and the PCI one).
> I don't think so. Module parameters do not depend of the module name (as far as I
> understand from the doc). What I guess is that ide-pmac module is initialized too early to
> have correct boot parameters. For instance, I tried to had a dummy module_init function,
> and it is called much later than ide_pmac_setup_device (where blinking is initialized).
> Anybody can confirm or infirm this guess ?
When a module is built-in, it's parameters are passed in the form
> Furthermore I've looked at the way framebuffers manage boot params, and these module seems
> to be parsing the comand line themselves too.
Framebuffers use a setup function, not a module param.