12 Mar 2012 18:24

## Subject: Re: Interrupt handling and routing: The Big Picture

Jochen Kunz wrote:
>On Sun, 11 Mar 2012 15:27:20 +0100
>Frank Wille <frank <at> phoenix.owl.de> wrote:
>
>> > My problem is: Where and how to hook up what code to deal with the
>> > special PIC of the MPC5200.
>> See my previous posting.
>And from this:
>
>> I have three Efikas here. One is running MorphOS.
>>
>> Also Robert Swindells tried to start a port some time ago:
>> http://mail-index.netbsd.org/port-ofppc/2008/03/04/msg000516.html
>We have this stuf in tree. You can boot a plain GENERIC kernel on the
>Efika. It will detect only PCI devices but can't use them due to
>missing interrupts. It gets as far as asking for a root-device.

I thought that the patch I generated contained the driver for the
interrupt controller, it works fine for me. I can generate a newer patch
against current.

I have run my Efika at least to single user mode using a PCI network
card, I can't remember whether I got to multi-user mode.

Robert Swindells


12 Mar 2012 23:07

### Re: Subject: Re: Interrupt handling and routing: The Big Picture

On Mon, 12 Mar 2012 17:24:02 -0000 (GMT)
rjs <at> fdy2.co.uk wrote:

> I thought that the patch I generated contained the driver for the
> interrupt controller, it works fine for me. I can generate a newer patch
> against current.
This would be nice. Thanks for your help.
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