On Wed, Apr 06, 2005 at 05:00:53PM +0200, Ulrich Eckhardt wrote:
> ... both are probably wrong, as the saying goes. I stumbled across this line
> in arch/mips/au1000/common/reset.c:
> au_writel(0x00, 0xb1900100); /* sys_pininputen */
> However, 0xb1900100 is SYS_TRIOUTCLR, while SYS_PININPUTEN is 0xb1900110...
> Which one is right now?
> Also, does the switch statement in that file make sense at all? I mean is it
> possible to compile a kernel that runs on several Alchemy systems?
Technically it's certainly possible to share kernels for many of the
Linux/MIPS platforms but for an architecture that these days largely
powers embedded platforms a generic kernel is of much less usefullnes than
on PCs, for example.