The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System, Second Edition
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sys/mips/conf/QCA953X_BASE.hints

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    1 # This file (and the kernel config file accompanying it) are not designed 
    2 # to be used by themselves. Instead, users of this file should create a
    3 # kernel # config file which includes this file (which gets the basic hints),
    4 # then override the default options (adding devices as needed) and adding
    5 # hints as needed (for example, the GPIO and LAN PHY.)
    6 
    7 # $FreeBSD: releng/11.2/sys/mips/conf/QCA953X_BASE.hints 291438 2015-11-29 05:49:49Z adrian $
    8 
    9 hint.apb.0.at="nexus0"
   10 hint.apb.0.irq=4
   11 
   12 # mdiobus on arge0 - required to bring up arge0
   13 hint.argemdio.0.at="nexus0"
   14 hint.argemdio.0.maddr=0x19000000
   15 hint.argemdio.0.msize=0x1000
   16 hint.argemdio.0.order=0
   17 
   18 # mdiobus on arge1 - this is what the internal switch is hooked into.
   19 hint.argemdio.1.at="nexus0"
   20 hint.argemdio.1.maddr=0x1a000000
   21 hint.argemdio.1.msize=0x1000
   22 hint.argemdio.1.order=0
   23 
   24 # uart0
   25 hint.uart.0.at="apb0"
   26 # see atheros/uart_cpu_ar71xx.c why +3
   27 hint.uart.0.maddr=0x18020003
   28 hint.uart.0.msize=0x18
   29 hint.uart.0.irq=3
   30 
   31 # ehci - on IP3
   32 hint.ehci.0.at="nexus0"
   33 hint.ehci.0.maddr=0x1b000100
   34 hint.ehci.0.msize=0x00ffff00
   35 hint.ehci.0.irq=1
   36 
   37 hint.arge.0.at="nexus0"
   38 hint.arge.0.maddr=0x19000000
   39 hint.arge.0.msize=0x1000
   40 hint.arge.0.irq=2
   41 
   42 hint.arge.1.at="nexus0"
   43 hint.arge.1.maddr=0x1a000000
   44 hint.arge.1.msize=0x1000
   45 hint.arge.1.irq=3
   46 
   47 # XXX The ath device hangs off of the AHB, rather than the Nexus.
   48 hint.ath.0.at="nexus0"
   49 hint.ath.0.maddr=0x18100000
   50 hint.ath.0.msize=0x20000
   51 hint.ath.0.irq=0
   52 hint.ath.0.vendor_id=0x168c
   53 hint.ath.0.device_id=0x003d
   54 # Set this to define where the ath calibration data
   55 # should be fetched from in physical memory.
   56 # hint.ath.0.eepromaddr=0x1fff1000
   57 
   58 # SPI flash
   59 hint.spi.0.at="nexus0"
   60 hint.spi.0.maddr=0x1f000000
   61 hint.spi.0.msize=0x10
   62 
   63 hint.mx25l.0.at="spibus0"
   64 hint.mx25l.0.cs=0
   65 
   66 # Watchdog
   67 hint.ar71xx_wdog.0.at="nexus0"
   68 
   69 # The GPIO function and pin mask is configured per-board
   70 hint.gpio.0.at="apb0"
   71 hint.gpio.0.maddr=0x18040000
   72 hint.gpio.0.msize=0x1000
   73 hint.gpio.0.irq=2

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