[parisc-linux] kdb getting healthier? (PCI guru needed, that's you willy!)

Matthew Wilcox willy@debian.org
Thu, 6 Jun 2002 15:09:44 +0100

On Thu, Jun 06, 2002 at 09:21:15AM -0400, Carlos O'Donell Jr. wrote:
> The kernel still goes into an infinite loop of unknown origin:
> ---
> PCI or EISA Bus Adapter 0 is not registered...
> ---
> (see ./arch/parisc/kernel/pci.c' -> PCI_PORT_IN)
> Don't know where this gets called from, or how the ugly macro
> expands :)

that ugly macro expands into inb/inw/inl.  that printk probably needs to
go away -- i don't think it's helpful.  maybe it should stay for adapter
!= 0, but so many drivers probe ISA space for their devices that we're
going to keep getting them.

i bet the loop isn't infinite... probably driver probing.  If you turn
off CONFIG_PCI, the driver shouldn't be compiled in.

> Sadly I think I zapped my VGA out on the 712/60 (A common occurence?).
> It no longer produces _any_ video signals.
> I may have to drag a 715/50 back to my house...
> c.
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