Rocketport (rp0) mapping failure on 5.1-REL
plosher-keyword-freebsd.a36e57 at plosh.net
Mon Nov 10 13:42:45 PST 2003
It looks like what I might have is one of the new Universal PCI
RocketPort cards - does anyone know if the current rp driver supports
the card? (Comport no longer makes the 32-bit-only PCI cards, just the
32 and 64 bit compatible uPCI cards now) If not, is there a new rp
driver I can test out that may be in -CURRENT?
Best Wishes - Peter
On Monday 10 November 2003 10:02 am, Peter Losher wrote:
> I am installing a RocketPort PCI card into a Acer Altos system; the
> box was originally running Linux, slapping on FreeBSD 5.1 on the box,
> the system throws up this error when trying to attach the RP card:
> rp0: <RocketPort PCI> port 0x5400-0x54ff,0x5000-0x507f mem
> 0xed8ffc00-0xed8ffc7f irq 11 at device 2.0 on pci1
> rp0: ioaddr mapping failed for RocketPort(PCI).
> device_probe_and_attach: rp0 attach returned 6
> Has anyone ever seen such an error, and if so, how did you get around
> it? (I haven't been able to find anything via Google) From what I
> have been told, the card came up cleanly when the box was running
> Best Wishes - Peter
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