On Sun, 28 Feb 2010 01:52:59 -0800
Weongyo Jeong <weongyo.je...@gmail.com> wrote:

>> On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 01:15:35AM +0200, Alex RAY wrote:
>> > Hi Weongyo,
>> > 
>> > Can new siba release operate in systems like in this SVG image?
>> > System example: CPU BCM5836 + Wi-Fi BCM4318
>> Recent changes of siba(4) by myself doesn't change code flow, layout and
>> doesn't include enhancements if you're an user of SENTRY5 mips CPU (like
>> BCM5836)
>> All I did on recent changes were to put common routines or codes which
>> could be used for original siba(4).  These codes are only used for
>> bwn(4) driver currently and don't be merged with original siba(4).  That
>> means there are two separated codes in current siba(4) so merging two
>> into one is a TODO.
>> I have no idea current siba(4) supports a system using on CPU BCM5836 +
>> Wi-Fi BCM4318 but in theory it should work without problems though I
>> didn't test.
>> > And can we compile siba bus code without pci code?
>> I think it looks that it could be possible to compile without pci code.
>> But makes sure that your device doesn't have PCI core.
>> regards,
>> Weongyo Jeong

Can You test your driver without siba_switchcore, I see the device have mapping 
for all cores on SSB?
> ssb0: <Broadcom BCM4315 802.11b/g Wireless> mem 0xf4000000-0xf4003fff 
Think thre is 4 cores.

When SSB on nexus, we don`t need core switching, maybe on PCI too.

Alexandr Rybalko <r...@dlink.ua> 
aka Alex RAY <r...@ddteam.net>
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