[ECOS] MPC860 - devs/serial/quicc
Mon Jan 5 13:06:00 GMT 2004
On Mon, 2004-01-05 at 03:45, Philip Soeberg wrote:
> Now that the QUICC serial issue is up...
> Are there any plans on extending the routing of SCC3 to CPU types other than
No reason beyond the fact that none of the developers have access to
an 823 based system.
> Sadly, I'm forced to use SCC3 on an MPC823 CPU, why I have been forced to
> implement various hacks to the QUICC module... As I don't know the reason
> why CPU's other than the ones mentioned isn't supported, I have not created
> a generic patch for the CVS...
Please do try to make a generic patch.
> -=[ Philip Soeberg ]=[ firstname.lastname@example.org ]=-
> * I am happy as a clam
> (ignoring the issue of why or when a clam might be particularly happy)
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> Subject: Re: [ECOS] MPC860 - devs/serial/quicc
> On Fri, 2004-01-02 at 09:11, email@example.com wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Does the serial device driver support SCC1? I could see
> > only conditionals for SMC1 and SMC2 but hal/powerpc/quicc
> > has support for SCC1.
> > In order for me to utilize SCC1 as the serial port under
> > eCos would I have to provide support for it under devs/serial/quicc?
> All combinations of SMC1/SMC2/SCC1/SCC2/SCC3/SCC4 should be supported
> for both diagnostic I/O and high-level (interrupt driven) drivers.
> Get the latest CVS - not all of this was in v2.0
> Look at the A&M Viper for examples of how to configure using both
> SMC1 & SCC1, including console (RedBoot) and /dev/serX I/O
> Gary Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> MLB Associates
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