If I recall correctly, WinCE runs drivers and system services in User mode,
so any memory-mapped I/O would need to be set-up explicitly in the virtual
address space. As Geert has pointed out, so long as it's in that first 512MB,
a Linux driver running in Kernel mode can access it directly via Kseg1 (or
Kseg0, if you wanted to be able to cache the data).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Suresh. R" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, January 16, 2004 8:32
Subject: VR4131 - MQ1132 - UPD63335
> This might be a very basic question, but I am very new to this field.
> So please help me.
> I am writing a linux device driver for UPD63335 audio codec. Its
> controlled through the MQ1132 co-processor. The VR4131 is the processor.
> The memory of MQ1132 is mapped to the processor memory in Kseg1 (0xA000
> 0000 onwards) which the manual says is TLB Unmapped region. Now my
> question is is it necessary to map this region before using it in Linux.
> Actually I have WinCE code for my reference. In that code the programmer
> is mapping the region using Virtual Cpoy and Virtual Alloc. Is it
> necessary to do that or Can I directly address the memory locatoin.
> Please help
> Thanks in advance