On Mon, Jul 19, 1999 at 11:15:24AM +0200, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
>This is actually a deficiency in the ppbus stuff, there is no
>telling what SPL level the subdriver wants to use, so the interrupt

This is changing. I'm currently working on porting ppbus to newbus.

>should actually be released back to the system when no subdrivers

What do you exactly call back to the system? Not served? If so, this
is the current behaviour of the generic ppbus interrupt dispatcher
(eg ppb_intr())

>are open and be grabbed the way the subdriver wants it once it
>aquires the bus.

But the newbus which relies on the old machdep intr stuff doesn't seem
to offer such a service. Doesn't it?

Why was the SLIP hack removed then? And I noticed the PPP workaround is
still alive in net/ppp_tty.c...


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