Ralf, perhaps you (or someone else here) can help:
> From: Pete Popov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> On Sun, 2001-12-16 at 18:37, Jim Paris wrote:
> > I'm confused. Shouldn't ioremap use isa_slot_offset for ISA
> > addresses, and if not, why not? Where should isa_slot_offset go? It
> > can't go into read[bwl]/write[bwl], because ioremap would add KSEG1,
> > and isa_slot_offset would already include KSEG1.
> What would be considered an ISA address -- the standard PC definition?
> I don't think that would work on most mips boards.
> I'm not sure what isa_slot_offset is meant to do at all. Shoot Ralf an
> email, perhaps he has a clear explanation (and then let us know :-)).
If I make ioremap use isa_slot_offset for addresses under 16MB, then
PCMCIA works for me. I don't see any other way to get isa_slot_offset
in there without hacking PCMCIA in ways that break other arches.
On a somewhat related note, I've noticed that if I include IDE disk
support in my kernel (CONFIG_BLK_DEV_IDEDISK, ide-disk.o), then stuff
breaks; most noticibly, the PCMCIA IRQ scan returns the negative (!)
of the correct values. I'm guessing this is something miscompiling --
I'm using the latest binutils plus gcc-3.0.2 -- has anyone see these
problems with ide-disk? Or can you suggest a newer gcc CVS that
you've used successfully? (I suppose I should set up gdb and try to
find where the problem is, but I'm in the middle of finals right now
and won't have time to do that for a while)