Re: hfa384x_cmd timeout problems with USR 2410
From: Scott Wiles (coachcartman_at_yahoo.com)
Date: 2002-01-27 18:54:21 UTC
Yes, it was a pci->pcmcia card bridge issue.
If you do a 'man i82365', you get a list of options to
go in your /etc/sysconfig/pcmcia file if your PCIC
values equals i82365.
It shows values for many of the chipsets supported
under the i82365 mode, mine was a Richo RL5c476 (found
by cat /etc/pci). Since mine was a PCI->PCMCIA
bridge, I selected the option for PCI only interrupts
On RICOH chipset it is PCIC_OPTS="irq_mode=0".
(WARNING, for other chipsets, this may mean ISA only,
please read the man page).
Hope this was helpful.
- Eric Enockson <eric_at_dotconf.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 26, 2002 at 01:32:38PM -0800, Scott
> Wiles wrote:
> > Solved.
> > It was a problem with the PCIC_OPTS in the overall
> > PCCard bridge setup.
> hunh? Could this be dependent on what type of
> bridge your are using? I have a pci->pcmcia card
> thingy and
> just compiled the linux kernel with the
> <*> PCMCIA/CardBus support
> x x
> [*] CardBus support
> x x
> [*] i82092 compatible bridge support
> x x
> [*] i82365 compatible bridge support
> x x
> [*] Databook TCIC host bridge support
> Not even sure which chip i82092 or i82365 is on the
> board but
> it all just worked.
> > The Ricoh chipset has an option
> > to only use PCI IRQ's, once that was enabled, the
> > card works fine.
> How did you enable that option?
> > Sorry for any wasted bandwidth.
> No way. I am wondering if i am missing something
> and will run into a
> problem later without even understanding where i
> would fix it. I have an
> smc 2632w in pci adapter runnin prism2(hostap) in
> master mode without
> > Scott Wiles
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