Re: Problems configuring Vadem VG-469 PCMCIA controller.

2000-04-28 Thread Dave Belfer-Shevett

On Thu, 27 Apr 2000, Warner Losh wrote:
 Add the vendor ID to pccard/pcic.c:
 static struct isa_pnp_id pcic_ids[] = {
   {PCIC_PNP_82365,NULL},  /* PNP0E00 */
   {PCIC_PNP_CL_PD6720,NULL},  /* PNP0E01 */
   {PCIC_PNP_VLSI_82C146,  NULL},  /* PNP0E02 */
   {PCIC_PNP_82365_CARDBUS,NULL},  /* PNP0E03 */
   {0}
 };

Thanks to the wonders of Mr Bill Paul and others, we are up and running
beautifully.  Changing that structure to:

static struct isa_pnp_id pcic_ids[] = {
{PCIC_PNP_82365,NULL},  /* PNP0E00 */
{PCIC_PNP_CL_PD6720,NULL},  /* PNP0E01 */
{PCIC_PNP_VLSI_82C146,  NULL},  /* PNP0E02 */
{PCIC_PNP_82365_CARDBUS,NULL},  /* PNP0E03 */
{0x1802a904,NULL},
{0}
};

has fixed the problem.  Note that that identifier is what pnpinfo
reported:

Logical Device ID: AEI0218 0x1802a904 #0
Vendor register funcs 00
I/O Range 0x3e0 .. 0x3fe, alignment 0x2, len 0x2
[16-bit addr]
End Tag

Since we knew the controller was the same as the others (the Vadem), just
adding that ID fixed thinks up.

Thanks to everyone who answered, and specially to Bill who a) wrote  the
driver, and b) debugged the problem with me.

dave

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Re: Problems configuring Vadem VG-469 PCMCIA controller.

2000-04-26 Thread Warner Losh

In message Pine.BSF.4.21.0004251617200.303-10@localhost Dave Belfer-Shevett 
writes:
: Vendor ID AEI0218 (0x1802a904), Serial Number 0x01234567

You'll have to add this ID to the list of IDs in the pcic driver for
4.0.  I'll try to do this when I get back if you can wait.  And if you
can't then you'll have to do it yourself :-)

Warner


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