[parisc-linux] hardware.h vs machine.h

Grant Grundler grundler@cup.hp.com
Fri, 21 Jan 2000 17:54:04 -0800 (PST)

Hi all,
Could someone explain why HPHW_NPROC (and friends) are defined in
both asm-parisc/hardware.h and asm-parisc/machine.h?

It seems the latter is obsolete...and both use
"ifndef _PARISC_HP_MACHINES_H_" to prevent multiple inclusion.


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Subject: Re: [hppa-linux] Boot #4 and source on ftp site
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> Boot test #4: This is essentially the same code as #3 but I have taken
> out some delays, modified the cache flush routines, and turned
> verbose (debug) mode back on. I want to make sure that not having the delays
> makes no difference and that no characters get dropped when there is a lot
> of text (as in debug mode). Please let me know if the test still passes
> as before. Hopefully this will be the last test for a while. Kernel work
> comes next.

Works like a champ on a 720/50 via rbootd. Much snappier than the third
bootstrap test.


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