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Re: device matching at mainbus
On Tue, 15 Jan 2013 12:34:22 +0100
Holm Tiffe <holm%freibergnet.de@localhost> wrote:
> The SCN2681 is a Dual UART, that means I have 2 Channels and the
> calculating of baudrates etc from one channel is depending on the other
> and there is only one interrupt generated from both units, but each unit
> must have it's own softc. The driver is a little bit special at this.
Have a look at e.g. zs and zstty in sparc or
pckbc0 at isa? # PC keyboard controller
pckbd* at pckbc? # PC keyboard
pms* at pckbc? # PS/2 mouse for wsmouse
You attach a "bus" device that represents the the chip and individual
child devices representing the channels.
If you fight with autoconf(9) I highly recommend to read that man page
and especially my NetBSD Device Driver Writing Guide:
It will give you The Big Picture of autoconf(9).
German version of that paper:
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