This is on our own board. We're developing a optical wireless transceiver
system (see www.omnilux.net) and we use the Au1000 as the central
It's a pretty simple board -- the au1000 static bus interfaces connects to
FLASH, and two external peripheral devices; one of them being a PCMCIA card.
(We put the card directly on the bus -- no "end user proofing" buffers or
any such things).
The non-PCMCIA peripheral sits within the directly accessible low memory
range. In fact, outside of user pages, the only thing that needs TLB is the
small windows pointing to the PCMCIA card.
From: Steven J. Hill [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 6:02 PM
To: Joseph Chiu
Cc: Ralf Baechle; Pete Popov; Linux MIPS mailing list
Subject: Re: wired tlb entry?
Joseph Chiu wrote:
> Thanks Ralf. It is "just one" wired global TLB entry (admiteddly, out of
> paltry 32). Using the wired entry has fixed the immediate problem at
> so I decided it's worth it for now.
If you can, which board is this on?