[meta-freescale] [meta-fsl-arm-extra][PATCH] linux-boundary: enable some PCIe drivers
eric.nelson at boundarydevices.com
Wed May 15 09:55:21 PDT 2013
On 05/15/2013 07:48 AM, Eric Bénard wrote:
> Hi Eric,
> Le Wed, 15 May 2013 07:16:05 -0700,
> Eric Nelson <eric.nelson at boundarydevices.com> a écrit :
>> That said, I'm not really sure where Eric's headed by including somewhat
>> arbitrary PCIe devices. I'm not aware that these are commonly used and
>> could begin a slow march to allyesconfig. Do other users really want
>> to include support for PCIe 8250's, or is this just something important
>> for a project of yours?
> that was just the result of tests I did on PCIe with standard
> peripherals I bought in a computer shop to test PCIe with several
> different kind of peripgerals.
We have a bunch of those as well.
> This patch simply gives a chance to users to have their PCIe board
> working (of course if that's one of those which I tested and there
> are other PCIe drivers not enabled).
I'm overdue for a blog post regarding PCIe. It would be nice to have
a spot where we collect a set of "known working" drivers.
We (and Freescale) have been adding patches along the way, but at the
moment, our record is that around ~75% of drivers just work, and
that others require some hacking of the core PCIe glue.
> Forget this patch if you believe that's not a good idea, I really
> don't care if it's not applied ;-)
I'll leave this question in Otavio's capable hands.
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