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 * o2micro.h 1.13 1999/10/25 20:03:34
 * The contents of this file are subject to the Mozilla Public License
 * Version 1.1 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in
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 * basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See
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 * limitations under the License. 
 * The initial developer of the original code is David A. Hinds
 * <>.  Portions created by David A. Hinds
 * are Copyright (C) 1999 David A. Hinds.  All Rights Reserved.
 * Alternatively, the contents of this file may be used under the
 * terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 (the "GPL"), in which
 * case the provisions of the GPL are applicable instead of the
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 * under either the MPL or the GPL.

#ifndef _LINUX_O2MICRO_H
#define _LINUX_O2MICRO_H

/* Additional PCI configuration registers */

#define O2_MUX_CONTROL		0x90	/* 32 bit */
#define  O2_MUX_RING_OUT	0x0000000f
#define  O2_MUX_SKTB_ACTV	0x000000f0
#define  O2_MUX_SCTA_ACTV_ENA	0x00000100
#define  O2_MUX_SCTB_ACTV_ENA	0x00000200
#define  O2_MUX_SER_IRQ_ROUTE	0x0000e000
#define  O2_MUX_SER_PCI		0x00010000

#define  O2_MUX_SKTA_TURBO	0x000c0000	/* for 6833, 6860 */
#define  O2_MUX_SKTB_TURBO	0x00300000
#define  O2_MUX_AUX_VCC_3V	0x00400000
#define  O2_MUX_PCI_VCC_5V	0x00800000
#define  O2_MUX_PME_MUX		0x0f000000

/* Additional ExCA registers */

#define O2_MODE_A		0x38
#define O2_MODE_A_2		0x26	/* for 6833B, 6860C */
#define  O2_MODE_A_CD_PULSE	0x04
#define  O2_MODE_A_SUSP_EDGE	0x08
#define  O2_MODE_A_HOST_SUSP	0x10
#define  O2_MODE_A_PWR_MASK	0x60
#define  O2_MODE_A_QUIET	0x80

#define O2_MODE_B		0x39
#define O2_MODE_B_2		0x2e	/* for 6833B, 6860C */
#define  O2_MODE_B_IDENT	0x03
#define  O2_MODE_B_ID_BSTEP	0x00
#define  O2_MODE_B_ID_CSTEP	0x01
#define  O2_MODE_B_ID_O2	0x02
#define  O2_MODE_B_VS1		0x04
#define  O2_MODE_B_VS2		0x08
#define  O2_MODE_B_IRQ15_RI	0x80

#define O2_MODE_C		0x3a
#define  O2_MODE_C_DREQ_MASK	0x03
#define  O2_MODE_C_DREQ_INPACK	0x01
#define  O2_MODE_C_DREQ_WP	0x02
#define  O2_MODE_C_DREQ_BVD2	0x03
#define  O2_MODE_C_ZVIDEO	0x08
#define  O2_MODE_C_IREQ_SEL	0x30
#define  O2_MODE_C_MGMT_SEL	0xc0

#define O2_MODE_D		0x3b
#define  O2_MODE_D_IRQ_MODE	0x03
#define  O2_MODE_D_PCI_CLKRUN	0x04
#define  O2_MODE_D_CB_CLKRUN	0x08
#define  O2_MODE_D_SKT_ACTV	0x20
#define  O2_MODE_D_PCI_FIFO	0x40	/* for OZ6729, OZ6730 */
#define  O2_MODE_D_W97_IRQ	0x40
#define  O2_MODE_D_ISA_IRQ	0x80

#define O2_MHPG_DMA		0x3c
#define  O2_MHPG_CHANNEL	0x07
#define  O2_MHPG_CINT_ENA	0x08
#define  O2_MHPG_CSC_ENA	0x10

#define O2_FIFO_ENA		0x3d
#define  O2_FIFO_ZVIDEO_3	0x08
#define  O2_FIFO_PCI_FIFO	0x10
#define  O2_FIFO_POSTWR		0x40
#define  O2_FIFO_BUFFER		0x80

#define O2_MODE_E		0x3e
#define  O2_MODE_E_MHPG_DMA	0x01
#define  O2_MODE_E_SPKR_OUT	0x02
#define  O2_MODE_E_LED_OUT	0x08
#define  O2_MODE_E_SKTA_ACTV	0x10

#define O2_RESERVED1		0x94
#define O2_RESERVED2		0xD4
#define O2_RES_READ_PREFETCH	0x02
#define O2_RES_WRITE_BURST	0x08

static int o2micro_override(struct yenta_socket *socket)
	 * 'reserved' register at 0x94/D4. allows setting read prefetch and write
	 * bursting. read prefetching for example makes the RME Hammerfall DSP
	 * working. for some bridges it is at 0x94, for others at 0xD4. it's
	 * ok to write to both registers on all O2 bridges.
	 * from Eric Still, 02Micro.
	u8 a, b;
	bool use_speedup;

	if (PCI_FUNC(socket->dev->devfn) == 0) {
		a = config_readb(socket, O2_RESERVED1);
		b = config_readb(socket, O2_RESERVED2);
		dev_dbg(&socket->dev->dev, "O2: 0x94/0xD4: %02x/%02x\n", a, b);

		switch (socket->dev->device) {
		 * older bridges have problems with both read prefetch and write
		 * bursting depending on the combination of the chipset, bridge
		 * and the cardbus card. so disable them to be on the safe side.
		case PCI_DEVICE_ID_O2_6729:
		case PCI_DEVICE_ID_O2_6730:
		case PCI_DEVICE_ID_O2_6812:
		case PCI_DEVICE_ID_O2_6832:
		case PCI_DEVICE_ID_O2_6836:
		case PCI_DEVICE_ID_O2_6933:
			use_speedup = false;
			use_speedup = true;

		/* the user may override our decision */
		if (strcasecmp(o2_speedup, "on") == 0)
			use_speedup = true;
		else if (strcasecmp(o2_speedup, "off") == 0)
			use_speedup = false;
		else if (strcasecmp(o2_speedup, "default") != 0)
				"O2: Unknown parameter, using 'default'");

		if (use_speedup) {
				"O2: enabling read prefetch/write burst. If you experience problems or performance issues, use the yenta_socket parameter 'o2_speedup=off'\n");
			config_writeb(socket, O2_RESERVED1,
			config_writeb(socket, O2_RESERVED2,
		} else {
				"O2: disabling read prefetch/write burst. If you experience problems or performance issues, use the yenta_socket parameter 'o2_speedup=on'\n");
			config_writeb(socket, O2_RESERVED1,
				      a & ~(O2_RES_READ_PREFETCH | O2_RES_WRITE_BURST));
			config_writeb(socket, O2_RESERVED2,
				      b & ~(O2_RES_READ_PREFETCH | O2_RES_WRITE_BURST));

	return 0;

static void o2micro_restore_state(struct yenta_socket *socket)
	 * as long as read prefetch is the only thing in
	 * o2micro_override, it's safe to call it from here

#endif /* _LINUX_O2MICRO_H */