[coreboot] Interrupt confusion CK804 Tyan s2895
r.marek at assembler.cz
Tue Feb 24 21:49:55 CET 2009
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> Sorry to make you continually refer to the same place. I thought I
Well I thought you start to ask question so we can improve the page. Its mostly
mine braindump. It must be improved but this is better then nothing.
>>> In none of the three cases can I find the IRQ listed in
>>> /proc/interrupts. I would have expected to see it there.
>> It means that the driver is not using any interrupts Maybe you need to load
>> the "nvidia" proprietary module.
> I don't really care that it's not using the interrupt. I was just
> thinking that might be the problem since the factory BIOS uses IRQ 5
> and Coreboot uses 18. If interrupts aren't the problem, I wonder
> what's causing it to fail.
You see some strange graphical artifacts? Maybe disable 2D/3D accel. I guess
perhaps some PCI regions are incorrectly routed.
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