Oh, I see. So far whenever I've looked at the PCI addresses they appear to be at the
same base address. So in order to prevent the I/O ports from shifting out from under
me, I should make sure that the board ID is checked and then make sure the I/O
address is correct.
So that leads me to a question. Are there user space routines available that allow me
to probe and alter the PCI registers directly? Are the ones used in the kernel available
for user space use?
Any suggestions would be helpful.
At 07:45 AM 4/9/02 +0100, Tim Waugh wrote:
>On Mon, Apr 08, 2002 at 07:13:32PM -0700, Jerry Mulchin wrote:
>> I'm not sure I understand what you mean by "they might change when
>> you change bits of hardware around". Does this have to do with
>> setting the EPP/SPP mode registers?
>No; it's the base address that might change from one boot to another.
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