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[microblaze-uclinux] pcmcia and 802.11 cards
I'd like to start designing a pcmcia interface for my microblaze/ucLinux
system, and would like to know if anyone has had experience making this
connection. I have a few questions:
1) I noticed that most pcmcia card side chipsets do now use address lines
a11:24. Can someone confirm this?
2) Obviously, the microblaze is 32 bits, so I plan to steer the 16bit data
to the upper/lower words depending on the lsb (a31 in the microblaze world).
Does this sound like it would work?
Anyone have words of en/dis-couragement before I start...
PS. If anyone is interested in the port to the nuhorizon sp3 demo board, I
can tar the new files with instructions on how to re-assemble them. Sorry,
Im not to savvy in the linux world of patches. The card is now 100%
functional (sdram, flash, 2 comm ports, and led to blink a heartbeat).
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