> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com
> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Pete Popov
> Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2004 8:01 PM
> To: Gilad Rom
> Cc: Maciej W. Rozycki; email@example.com
> Subject: Re: CP0 EntryLo
> Maciej W. Rozycki wrote:
> > On Tue, 30 Nov 2004, Gilad Rom wrote:
> >>So, what I need to do, if I understand correctly, is to
> create a fixed
> >>>From a virtual address to a physical address on the tlb,
> and use this
> >>Virtual address to change the values of EntryLo to 0xD in order to
> >>Access the device on the address range I mapped Chip-select 1 to?
> >>(Excuse my poor phrasing, I've been googling all day...)
> >>Any idea on how I might accomplish that from a driver?
> >>I've found a function called add_wired_entry(...), is this
> >>What I should be using?
> > ioremap()
> Exactly. You program the CS with a physical address. Make sure that
> address does not overlap with anything else. Then you call ioremap
> from your driver and you get back a virtual address. You use that
> virtual address to access the peripheral.
Okay. I've pretty much figured out that part. What I'm puzzled
About now is how do change the values of the CP0 EntryLo0/1
Registers, since I've changed the DTY bits to "1" on the MEM_STCFG1
Register (in order to set it to work in "I/O Device" mode) ,
I need to "change bits 29:26 of CoProcessor 0 to 0xD" (Au1500 Databook
since the Databook doesn't specify an offset
To these registers, I assume they're not like the other
Registers I've been dealing with (Chip Select and GPIO).
> At this stage I would say that probably reading something like the
> Linux Kernel book or Linux Device Drivers both by Oreilly will
> really help you.
Thanks. Already been doing just that all day... ;)