Subject: Re: isa vga card on alpha sable
To: Murray Armfield <>
From: Jaromir Dolecek <>
List: current-users
Date: 07/31/2002 10:33:55
Murray Armfield wrote:
> I have started looking at the code in NetBSD and FreeBSD but have had no
>  luck. I noticed:
> 	int
> 	dec_2100_a500_eisa_intr_alloc(void *v, int mask, int type, int *eirqp)
> 	{
> 		/* XXX Not supported right now. */
> 		return (1);
> 	}
> in pci_2100_a500.c and is referenced earlier in pci_2100_a500_isa_pickintr
> Does this mean that interrupts on this machine won't work for isa?

I don't think (ISA) vga cards need/use any interrupts. What does NetBSD
say on boot about it? Can you see any error messages?

Jaromir Dolecek <>
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