Matthew Jacob wrote:
> Maybe. It's also not clear to me whether &my& current breakage is PCI related
> or device.hints related (it appears that the read of my /boot/devices.hints
> file gets things garbled):

If you want a working vidconsole on the alpha, compile your hints statically
into the kernel. :)

> FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #0: Fri Sep  1 11:36:35 PDT 2000
>     [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compile/NG
> EB164
> Digital AlphaPC 164 432 MHz, 432MHz
> 8192 byte page size, 1 processor.
> CPU: EV56 (21164A) major=7 minor=1 extensions=0x1<BWX>
> OSF PAL rev: 0x1000800020117
> real memory  = 265904128 (259672K bytes)
> Physical memory chunk(s):
> 0x0081e000 - 0x0ff0dfff, 258932736 bytes (31608 pages)
> avail memory = 251535360 (245640K bytes)
> Preloaded elf kernel "kernel" at 0xfffffc0000802000.
> Preloaded elf module "ispfw.ko" at 0xfffffc00008020c0.
> Preloaded elf module "randomdev.ko" at 0xfffffc0000802188.
> module_register: module random already exists!
> Module random failed to register: 17
> mem: <memory & I/O>
> nulldev: <null device, zero device>
> random: <entropy source>
> random: <entropy source>
> cia0: <2117x Core Logic chipset>
> cia0: ALCOR/ALCOR2, pass 3
> cia0: extended capabilities: 21<DWEN,BWEN>
> pcib0: <2117x PCI host bus adapter> on cia0
> pci0: physical bus=0

cia's PCI bus driver is broken right now.  It seems the ivar's passed
around to determine which PCI space read/write functions to use is
borked somehow.  Drew has a patch for this that seems to fix Miata's at
least.  I'll forward his test patch in a second.  Hopefully someone with
new-bus fu can figure the problem out.


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