On Tue, 18 Dec 2001, Jun Sun wrote:
> It has nothing to isa_slot_offset here. I don't know about the history of
> isa_slot_offset, but it appears to be faint effort to allow the access to what
> is called "ISA memory" space on PC. This region, if it ever exists, should
> never be a separate region on a MIPS machine. It should just be the beginning
> part of PCI Memory space.
It's indeed the beginning of PCI memory space, but only when viewed from the
viewpoint of the PCI bus itself, not necessarily from the viewpoint of the CPU.
On ia32 PCs it is, but not on many PPC boxes. And I guess on some MIPS boxes as
> Ralf, we should just delete isa_slot_offset to avoid any further confusions.
Geert Uytterhoeven -- There's lots of Linux beyond ia32 -- firstname.lastname@example.org
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