Subject: Re: resource allocation, pcmcia, isapnp, etc.
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org, jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
From: Noriyuki Soda <email@example.com>
Date: 06/19/1999 09:06:48
> >I wasn't at Usenix, so I dont know how much of this the FreeBSD-plus
> >config.new people have (re)implemented. Is there an online copy of a
> >paper/talk/slides/code anywhere?
> Just a quick answer: http://www.jp.freebsd.org/newconfig/.
> You can get the code via ftp or CVSup (I think anoncvs is there, or
> planned to be there as well).
> I think it is worth looking into, especially the config.new-based
> dynamic configuration part.
I think most interesting part (i.e. dynamic configuration) is not yet
merged to main tree of newconfig repository, because it is very early
The early stage of dynamic configuration part can be found on
Although the newconfig repository which itojun-san pointed out
includes some interesting code, particularly pcibios.c is very
interesting. It retrieves PCI bus configuration information
dynamically from PCI BIOS. The author of the pcibios.c
(UCHIYAMA Yasushi <firstname.lastname@example.org> who is one of main developer of
dynamic configuration) made this to work with both FreeBSD and
NetBSD. Thus the pcibios.c should work with NetBSD with minimum