cvs commit: src/sys/arm/at91 at91.c at91_spi.c at91_spiio.h
at91_spireg.h at91_st.c at91_streg.h at91_twi.c at91_twiio.h at91_twireg.h
at91_usartreg.h at91rm92reg.h at91st.c at91var.h files.at91rm92
files.kb920x hints.at91rm9200 hints.at91sam9261 ...
M. Warner Losh
imp at bsdimp.com
Sat Feb 4 17:18:26 PST 2006
In message: <200602051137.13132.doconnor at gsoft.com.au>
"Daniel O'Connor" <doconnor at gsoft.com.au> writes:
: On Sunday 05 February 2006 10:02, Warner Losh wrote:
: > onboard ethernet. Support for the Kwikbyte KB9202
: > (http://www.kwikbyte.com) board is also included, although there's no
: > This work was sponsored by Timing Solutions, Corporation. I am
: > grateful to their support of the FreeBSD project in this manner.
: Wow, that's cool :)
: I note the 9202 has both host & device USB ports.. I imagine the device port
: is not supported?
At the moment I have not focused on USB at all. The 9202 has both the
USB host port (what you'd find on most PC's) and a USB Device port (so
this can be a usb device). I've not even looked at what it would take
to support these devices. I think that the host port is just a ohci
device, so would be easy to support.
I also forgot to mention that I'll be writing a mmc driver as well so
that MMC and SD cards can be used. I'll likely use a model very
similar to Linux's model for a variety of reasons. But not the actual
code, since that appears to be contaminated by GPL.
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