cs8900 support

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Martin Nylund

cs8900 support

Post by Martin Nylund » Mon Sep 29, 2003 1:36 pm

Hi,
I see the cs8900 has a driver on x86 platform.. Is the driver also available
in source code? We have the same chip on a SH4 platform and I'm trying to
map the amount of work to be done. In the ddk source tree I find the
directories ne2000, pcnet and smc9000 but no cs8900.

Martin Nylund

Rennie Allen

Re: cs8900 support

Post by Rennie Allen » Tue Sep 30, 2003 8:39 pm

Martin Nylund wrote:
Hi,
I see the cs8900 has a driver on x86 platform.. Is the driver also available
in source code? We have the same chip on a SH4 platform and I'm trying to
map the amount of work to be done. In the ddk source tree I find the
directories ne2000, pcnet and smc9000 but no cs8900.
I had to get the source from QSS (under NDA - I can disclose that I signed a non
-disclosure can't I ? ;-) to get it on the ARM. It wasn't hard (I'm guessing
that the problem it had on the ARM is the exact problem that it would have on
the SH).

Martin Nylund

Re: cs8900 support

Post by Martin Nylund » Wed Oct 01, 2003 7:37 am

"Rennie Allen" <rgallen@attbi.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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Martin Nylund wrote:
Hi,
I see the cs8900 has a driver on x86 platform.. Is the driver also
available
in source code? We have the same chip on a SH4 platform and I'm trying
to
map the amount of work to be done. In the ddk source tree I find the
directories ne2000, pcnet and smc9000 but no cs8900.

I had to get the source from QSS (under NDA - I can disclose that I signed
a non
-disclosure can't I ? ;-) to get it on the ARM. It wasn't hard (I'm
guessing
that the problem it had on the ARM is the exact problem that it would have
on
the SH).

Thanks for your help Rennie, I'll contact QSS. If you don't mind me asking,
what kind of problems did you have on the ARM and what kind of problems are
you expecting me to encounter on the SH?

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