[parisc-linux] C180 DINO/PCI problem; was: Help on install (2)
Sat, 28 Jul 2001 12:35:20 +0200
Grant Grundler wrote:
> Reinhard Gimbel wrote:
> > My expirence is that the DINO I/O chip seems to be the key
> > element for that problem. Version 1.x of this chip crashes
> > the system like you describe it (crash during boot ... :-(
> > )
> You have Dino 1.x ? I didn't think HP ever shipped those to
> customers. Or did you mean another chip?
> Perhaps post the console log output?
A friend of mine has a C180 with DINO v1.x (according to the
boot messages of that box; I do not have a log of that box on
hand at present).
The boot messages of my box (as posted in parisc-linux digest
vol. 1 #204) looks like this:
Dino version 2.1 (bridge mode) found at 0xf2000000
The GSCtoPCI (Dino hrev 1) bus converter found may exhibit
data corruption. See Service Note Numbers: A4190A-01, A4191A-01.
Systems shipped after Aug 20, 1997 will not exhibit this problem.
Models affected: C180, C160, C160L, B160L, and B132L workstations.
dino_bridge_init: IO_ADDR_EN hasn't been configured.
kernel BUG at dino.c:808!
r0-3 00000000 102b2810 101c97cc 1f7a3a00
r4-7 1f7a3a28 00000006 00000000 00000000
r8-11 1f7a2000 000000ff 1fe02a74 00000200
r12-15 102b2810 00000001 00000400 1f584688
r16-19 1f584588 00000000 00000000 dae998dc
r20-23 00000008 1e1fc500 00000000 0000000f
r24-27 00000000 00000006 1f7a2000 1028a010
r28-31 00000000 00000400 1f584dc0 101bd938
sr0-3 00000000 000000b5 00000000 000000b5
sr4-7 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
IASQ: 00000000 00000000 IAOQ: 101d3004 101d3008
IIR: 0e641288 ISR: 00000000 IOR: dae998e0
> > My
> > DINO version (2.1) allows at least boot the system but the
> > system crashes when I try to do the next steps within the
> > installation procedure.
> On C180 that's most likely the problem with ccio driver.
> That's a known bug(s?) that ryan bradetich hasn't been able
> to solve yet. If you can help ryan, mail him.
Ryan, what further information do you need ? Up to now I tried
to use the palinux-0.9.2 image of esiee.fr only. No kernel
(cross-) compilations for parisc-linux on my Intel Linux box so
far. No expirence with palo etc. What can I do to help to solve
the problem ?