[parisc-linux] EISA stuff now in CVS

Helge Deller deller@gmx.de
Fri, 9 Nov 2001 23:33:30 +0100

> > On Fri, 9 Nov 2001, Jochen Friedrich wrote:
> > Pretty strange you're getting any interrupts, as with the current patch
> > the EISA PIC isn't initialized, at all...
> Not that strange, I'm thinking. Lots of ISA cards have the IO and IRQ
> hard-coded on them, either via jumper or logically. I'd guess this NIC is
> advertising it's presence and resources used, so the system is picking up
> on it. Impressive that it's working, though...

It's even better :-)
This card uses the ne2.c driver and this driver probes all adresses 0x300, 0x320, 0x340, ...
and then uses Linux's irq autodetection code. Nothing hardcoded here.