On Friday, May 06, 2005 11:47 AM, Pete Popov wrote:
> On Fri, 2005-05-06 at 15:53 +0300, Ruslan V.Pisarev wrote:
>> I compiled last 2.6 kernel (2-3 weeks ago from cvs@linux-mips) and
>> trying to start it on DBAu1200 development board. First problem I
>> discovered with "nfsroot" configuration - is that kernel cannot find
>> network interface at boot-time. There is a smc91c111 network chip on
>> board, so my question is - what driver is suitable with him?
> The smc91x.c driver. However, I don't remember if that driver was
> tested. The board was tested with a different smc driver which I
> couldn't push in the tree because it was old and would conflict with
> the smc91x.c.
>> Is it "MIPS AU1000 Ethernet support"
>> which fails to compile with "error: `NUM_ETH_INTERFACES' undeclared"
>> (and it must be?) or something different? It seems that I have
>> enabled all other options for ethernet functionality.
> Well, that's a different driver.
Yes, and not for Au1200. The Au1200 does not have an integrated MAC; access to
the MAC/PHY is through the static memory controller.