[U-Boot-Users] Re: PCI, Ethernet, IXDP425
araav at hylink.am
Wed Jan 12 16:07:10 CET 2005
Sorry for being so rude. I shouldn't write like that, i just got somewhat
uncomfortable when I asked a help for doing something and you said "just do
omg, the PCI support was added like three days ago, I'm now feeling so
(I spent all my day reinventing the wheel). I'm now going to try it out.
I really hope it will work.
> In message <004201c4f889$b1b825a0$1000000a at araav> you wrote:
>> have i complained in my posts? although there is one: that the ixp port
>> not support pci support at all though you said "Just do it" to my
> You sounded a bit aggressive to me, and you are wrong again: The IXP
> port does support PCI:
>> > I have a PCI Ethernet card on the board. I need to connect to the
>> > network
>> > from u-boot via this device.
>> btw, if you don't know the answer to questions, just don't answer:) there
>> are many other users in the list ;)
> Here you go again. You should not insult people who you ask for help.
> I know EXACTLY what I'm speaking of. See here:
> PatchSet 1138
> Date: 2005/01/09 17:12:27
> Author: wdenk
> Branch: HEAD
> Tag: (none)
> * Patch by Jon Loeliger, 02 Sep 2004:
> Reset monitor size back to 256 so environment can be written
> to flash on MPC85xx ADS and CDS releases.
> * Patch by Paolo Broggini, 02 Sep 2004:
> Make BSS clearing on ARM systems more robust
> * Patch by Yue Hu and Joe, 01 Sep 2004:
> ===>>> - add PCI support for ixp425;
> ===>>> - add EEPRO100 suppor tfor ixdp425 board.
> * Fix problem with protected sector detection in driver/cfi_flash.c
> Seems it's you who has no clue.
> I don't blame you for that - I cannot expect that you spend so much
> time with U-Boot like me, but then you should rather think twice what
> you write.
> I cannot help you if you continue to ignore what I'm trying to tell
> Best regards,
> Wolfgang Denk
> Software Engineering: Embedded and Realtime Systems, Embedded Linux
> Phone: (+49)-8142-66989-10 Fax: (+49)-8142-66989-80 Email: wd at denx.de
> They say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, but it is not one
> half so bad as a lot of ignorance. - Terry Pratchett, _Equal Rites_
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