[U-Boot-Users] Registering Interrupt Handlers for ARM920T-Based boards
wd at denx.de
Tue Dec 21 13:15:01 CET 2004
in message <698a2fda04122102305936b3ab at mail.gmail.com> you wrote:
> How do I register an interrupt handler in U-Boot? My customer is
You don't. U-Boot does not need interrupts. Everything can be done
using polling drivers.
> persistent in flow controls in binary image downloading. I am now
Tell him that no such thing is needed. Serial download works
poerfectly fine withouty flow control.
> free to support hardware flow control or XON/XOFF. Can somebody
> please give me guidelines on how to create support for hardware flow
> control on my ns16550-based serial driver? I am using smdk2410 as my
The simple answer is: DON'T.
> template. Maybe, the initial step is how do I register my interrupt
No. That would be your second step on t he wrong way.
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