Started by rey, May 12, 2017, 07:18:18 am
/* * Reads the device's entire configuration space. Returns IO_R_SUCCESS if * successful. If this method fails, the driver should make no assumptions * about the state of the data returned in the IOPCIConfigSpace struct. */+ (IOReturn)getPCIConfigSpace: (IOPCIConfigSpace *) configSpace withDeviceDescription: descr;- (IOReturn)getPCIConfigSpace: (IOPCIConfigSpace *) configSpace;
Quote from: "wa2flq"I use a 2490UW under Openstep, but I didn't have one when I was running NS. I use the 2490 driver. My boot shows PCI Ver 2.10 as well and BIOS16I vaguely recall that there are problems with large memory machines, even though the documentation says it supports up to 512 Mb. I've run as much as 384Mb. You might want to try 'maxmem=num-kbytes' as a boot option and limit the ram NS tries to use.
Quote from: "rey"Thanks for all suggestions. How can I get documentation on these commands like maxmem, etc?
"nbuf", &nbuf, "rootdev", (int*) rootdevice, "maxmem", &maxmem, "subtype", &subtype, "srv", &srv, "ncl", &ncl,