Subject: bge on big endian anyone?
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.org>
From: Garrett D'Amore <email@example.com>
Date: 11/22/2005 11:33:14
I'm trying to get bge working on a big-endian host (MIPS core). I am
not having luck. Changing the core to little endian makes it work
fine. Is anyone else out there using it with -current on a big endian
(or even better yet, big-endian MIPS) host?
Interestingly enough, ath and wi both work fine in the same slots in
both big and little endian modes.
This is a 3.3V slot, and I don't have any other 3.3V PCI cards to test
with right now, which is why this is frustrating. (I'm trying to prove
that my PCI code works.)
I have been suspecting a problem with my code, but maybe the problem is
in the bge driver? Any help/advice is appreciated.
The symptoms look like packets are never getting thru, as I can
configure the interface just fine (and it reports correct PHY, MAC
address, etc.) I've been suspicious of the DMA code, but ath works fine
(so I think DMA works, though ath might be explicity checking endianness
and correcting for it.)
Garrett D'Amore http://www.tadpolecomputer.com/
Sr. Staff Engineer Extending the Power of 64-bit UNIX Computing
Tadpole Computer, Inc. Phone: (951) 325-2134