GART driver support for generic AGP 3.0 device detection/ enabling & Intel 7505 chipset support

GART driver support for generic AGP 3.0 device detection/ enabling & Intel 7505 chipset support

Post by Greg K » Sat, 19 Oct 2002 06:00:08




> Attached is a patch for generic AGP 3.0 device detection and enabling
> routines as well as specific support for the Intel 7505 chipset against the
> 2.5.43 kernel.  

Just a minor comment:

diff -urN linux-2.5.43-vanilla/drivers/char/agp/Makefile linux-2.5.43/drivers/char/agp/Makefile
--- linux-2.5.43-vanilla/drivers/char/agp/Makefile      Tue Oct 15 20:27:49 2002

 # space ioctl interface to use agp memory.  It also adds a kernel interface
 # that other drivers could use to manipulate agp memory.

-export-objs := agp.o
+export-objs := agp.o agp3.o

-agpgart-y := agp.o frontend.o
+agpgart-y := agp.o agp3.o frontend.o

 agpgart-$(CONFIG_AGP_INTEL)    += i8x0-agp.o
 agpgart-$(CONFIG_AGP_I810)     += i810-agp.o
+agpgart-$(CONFIG_AGP_I7505)    += i7505-agp.o
 agpgart-$(CONFIG_AGP_VIA)      += via-agp.o
 agpgart-$(CONFIG_AGP_AMD)      += amd-agp.o
 agpgart-$(CONFIG_AGP_SIS)      += sis-agp.o

You should probably not build agp3.o unless i7505-agp.o is built too, or
do some of the other drivers need functions in agp3.c?

thanks,

greg k-h
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GART driver support for generic AGP 3.0 device detection/ enabling & Intel 7505 chipset support

Post by Dave Jone » Sat, 19 Oct 2002 17:10:08


 > You should probably not build agp3.o unless i7505-agp.o is built too, or
 > do some of the other drivers need functions in agp3.c?

The AMD 8151 is AGP 3.0 compliant too, but the current driver is just
the page remapping support.  It's possible that some functionality
implemented both there and in agp3.c can be propagated both ways.

I'll look into this next week.
Despite it being support for a major protocol version bump, it's
still just another driver, which means it could go in after the
freeze if needbe.

Looks fine for merging afaics though.

                Dave

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1. GART driver support for generic AGP 3.0 device detection/ enabling & Intel 7205/7505 chipset support

FYI - The patch is all of the following:

1) Zip'ed (super lame)
2) gziped (kinda lame, it's a small patch)
3) corrupt

Care to resend and fix the above?

Thanks. (Looking forward to being able to purchase a 7205/7505 system...)

davez

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