linux/include/linux/nubus.h
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   1/*
   2  nubus.h: various definitions and prototypes for NuBus drivers to use.
   3
   4  Originally written by Alan Cox.
   5
   6  Hacked to death by C. Scott Ananian and David Huggins-Daines.
   7  
   8  Some of the constants in here are from the corresponding
   9  NetBSD/OpenBSD header file, by Allen Briggs.  We figured out the
  10  rest of them on our own. */
  11#ifndef LINUX_NUBUS_H
  12#define LINUX_NUBUS_H
  13
  14#include <asm/nubus.h>
  15#include <uapi/linux/nubus.h>
  16
  17struct nubus_board {
  18        struct nubus_board* next;
  19        struct nubus_dev* first_dev;
  20        
  21        /* Only 9-E actually exist, though 0-8 are also theoretically
  22           possible, and 0 is a special case which represents the
  23           motherboard and onboard peripherals (Ethernet, video) */
  24        int slot;
  25        /* For slot 0, this is bogus. */
  26        char name[64];
  27
  28        /* Format block */
  29        unsigned char* fblock;
  30        /* Root directory (does *not* always equal fblock + doffset!) */
  31        unsigned char* directory;
  32        
  33        unsigned long slot_addr;
  34        /* Offset to root directory (sometimes) */
  35        unsigned long doffset;
  36        /* Length over which to compute the crc */
  37        unsigned long rom_length;
  38        /* Completely useless most of the time */
  39        unsigned long crc;
  40        unsigned char rev;
  41        unsigned char format;
  42        unsigned char lanes;
  43};
  44
  45struct nubus_dev {
  46        /* Next link in device list */
  47        struct nubus_dev* next;
  48        /* Directory entry in /proc/bus/nubus */
  49        struct proc_dir_entry* procdir;
  50
  51        /* The functional resource ID of this device */
  52        unsigned char resid;
  53        /* These are mostly here for convenience; we could always read
  54           them from the ROMs if we wanted to */
  55        unsigned short category;
  56        unsigned short type;
  57        unsigned short dr_sw;
  58        unsigned short dr_hw;
  59        /* This is the device's name rather than the board's.
  60           Sometimes they are different.  Usually the board name is
  61           more correct. */
  62        char name[64];
  63        /* MacOS driver (I kid you not) */
  64        unsigned char* driver;
  65        /* Actually this is an offset */
  66        unsigned long iobase;
  67        unsigned long iosize;
  68        unsigned char flags, hwdevid;
  69        
  70        /* Functional directory */
  71        unsigned char* directory;
  72        /* Much of our info comes from here */
  73        struct nubus_board* board;
  74};
  75
  76/* This is all NuBus devices (used to find devices later on) */
  77extern struct nubus_dev* nubus_devices;
  78/* This is all NuBus cards */
  79extern struct nubus_board* nubus_boards;
  80
  81/* Generic NuBus interface functions, modelled after the PCI interface */
  82void nubus_scan_bus(void);
  83extern void nubus_proc_init(void);
  84int get_nubus_list(char *buf);
  85int nubus_proc_attach_device(struct nubus_dev *dev);
  86int nubus_proc_detach_device(struct nubus_dev *dev);
  87/* If we need more precision we can add some more of these */
  88struct nubus_dev* nubus_find_device(unsigned short category,
  89                                    unsigned short type,
  90                                    unsigned short dr_hw,
  91                                    unsigned short dr_sw,
  92                                    const struct nubus_dev* from);
  93struct nubus_dev* nubus_find_type(unsigned short category,
  94                                  unsigned short type,
  95                                  const struct nubus_dev* from);
  96/* Might have more than one device in a slot, you know... */
  97struct nubus_dev* nubus_find_slot(unsigned int slot,
  98                                  const struct nubus_dev* from);
  99
 100/* These are somewhat more NuBus-specific.  They all return 0 for
 101   success and -1 for failure, as you'd expect. */
 102
 103/* The root directory which contains the board and functional
 104   directories */
 105int nubus_get_root_dir(const struct nubus_board* board,
 106                       struct nubus_dir* dir);
 107/* The board directory */
 108int nubus_get_board_dir(const struct nubus_board* board,
 109                        struct nubus_dir* dir);
 110/* The functional directory */
 111int nubus_get_func_dir(const struct nubus_dev* dev,
 112                       struct nubus_dir* dir);
 113
 114/* These work on any directory gotten via the above */
 115int nubus_readdir(struct nubus_dir* dir,
 116                  struct nubus_dirent* ent);
 117int nubus_find_rsrc(struct nubus_dir* dir,
 118                    unsigned char rsrc_type,
 119                    struct nubus_dirent* ent);
 120int nubus_rewinddir(struct nubus_dir* dir);
 121
 122/* Things to do with directory entries */
 123int nubus_get_subdir(const struct nubus_dirent* ent,
 124                     struct nubus_dir* dir);
 125void nubus_get_rsrc_mem(void* dest,
 126                        const struct nubus_dirent *dirent,
 127                        int len);
 128void nubus_get_rsrc_str(void* dest,
 129                        const struct nubus_dirent *dirent,
 130                        int maxlen);
 131#endif /* LINUX_NUBUS_H */
 132
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