David Sanchez wrote:
Yes, I mean "freezes" :)
I have the BCSR fix applied.
And the message "** Resetting Integrated Peripherals" comes from the
arch/mips/au1000/common/reset.c file (I'm using the kernel 2.6.10).
You're right, I'm wrong. :-)
I'm using the same kernel for development (at least the same version of it
:-), and it reboots OK.
Maybe I forget to apply other patches...
Can't say what other patches may concern this issue off the top of my head...
De : Sergei Shtylylov [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Envoyé : lundi 6 février 2006 18:46
À : email@example.com
Cc : Jordan Crouse; David Sanchez; Sergei Shtylylov
Objet : Re: Au1xx0: really set KSEG0 to uncached on reboot
Jordan Crouse wrote:
On 06/02/06 09:10 +0100, David Sanchez wrote:
This is exactly what I did...
But I notice that sometimes it works and sometimes the kernel frees when
You mean "freezes" probably? :-)
"** Resetting Integrated Peripherals"
This is not kernel's msg, but YAMON's one...
We'll need to nail this down before we go any further. Can we get a trace
of what happens when it crashes?
David, do you have BCSR fix from:
applied (the recent kernel has it but which one are you using?)?
DBAu1550 reset may not work as expeceted otherwise indeed...