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HAL2 problem solved

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Subject: HAL2 problem solved
From: Thomas Bogendoerfer <tsbogend@alpha.franken.de>
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 1999 00:13:36 +0100
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Hi,

look what my Indy tells me now:

resetting global isr:0018
reset done isr:0000
reactivation done isr:0018
SGI HAL2 Processor, Revision 4.1.0
hal2: checking registers
hal2: waiting isr:0019 idr0:0123 idr1:ffff idr2:0000 idr3:0000
hal2: finished waiting at cnt:1000 isr:0018 idr0:0123 idr1:ffff idr2:0000 
idr3:0000
hal2: wrote #1
hal2: waiting isr:0019 idr0:0132 idr1:0231 idr2:0000 idr3:0000
hal2: finished waiting at cnt:1000 isr:0018 idr0:0132 idr1:0231 idr2:0000 
idr3:0000
hal2: wrote #2
hal2: waiting isr:0019 idr0:0123 idr1:0231 idr2:0000 idr3:0000
hal2: finished waiting at cnt:1000 isr:0018 idr0:0123 idr1:0231 idr2:0000 
idr3:0000
hal2: read #1
hal2: waiting isr:0019 idr0:0132 idr1:0231 idr2:0000 idr3:0000
hal2: finished waiting at cnt:1000 isr:0018 idr0:0132 idr1:0231 idr2:0000 
idr3:0000
hal2: read #2
hal2: waiting isr:0019 idr0:0231 idr1:0231 idr2:0000 idr3:0000
hal2: finished waiting at cnt:1000 isr:0018 idr0:0231 idr1:0231 idr2:0000 
idr3:0000
hal2: read #3
hal2: card found
sgiaudio: initializing


The problem was, that the access to HAL2 register must be 32bit wide, but
they were only 16bit (I'll check in the fixed hal2.h in a couple of minutes).
Silly me did the change yesterday, but the .o didn't get recompiled due to
messed up dependencies:-( So I did some changes today and it worked, removed
the changes and it still worked. 

Thomas.

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