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/* nubus.h: various definitions and prototypes for NuBus drivers to use. Originally written by Alan Cox. Hacked to death by C. Scott Ananian and David Huggins-Daines. Some of the constants in here are from the corresponding NetBSD/OpenBSD header file, by Allen Briggs. We figured out the rest of them on our own. */ #ifndef LINUX_NUBUS_H #define LINUX_NUBUS_H #ifdef __KERNEL__ #include <asm/nubus.h> #endif enum nubus_category { NUBUS_CAT_BOARD = 0x0001, NUBUS_CAT_DISPLAY = 0x0003, NUBUS_CAT_NETWORK = 0x0004, NUBUS_CAT_COMMUNICATIONS = 0x0006, NUBUS_CAT_FONT = 0x0009, NUBUS_CAT_CPU = 0x000A, /* For lack of a better name */ NUBUS_CAT_DUODOCK = 0x0020 }; enum nubus_type_network { NUBUS_TYPE_ETHERNET = 0x0001, NUBUS_TYPE_RS232 = 0x0002 }; enum nubus_type_display { NUBUS_TYPE_VIDEO = 0x0001 }; enum nubus_type_cpu { NUBUS_TYPE_68020 = 0x0003, NUBUS_TYPE_68030 = 0x0004, NUBUS_TYPE_68040 = 0x0005 }; /* Known <Cat,Type,SW,HW> tuples: (according to TattleTech and Slots) * 68030 motherboards: <10,4,0,24> * 68040 motherboards: <10,5,0,24> * DuoDock Plus: <32,1,1,2> * * Toby Frame Buffer card: <3,1,1,1> * RBV built-in video (IIci): <3,1,1,24> * Valkyrie built-in video (Q630): <3,1,1,46> * Macintosh Display Card: <3,1,1,25> * Sonora built-in video (P460): <3,1,1,34> * Jet framebuffer (DuoDock Plus): <3,1,1,41> * * SONIC comm-slot/on-board and DuoDock Ethernet: <4,1,1,272> * SONIC LC-PDS Ethernet (Dayna, but like Apple 16-bit, sort of): <4,1,1,271> * Sonic Systems Ethernet A-Series Card: <4,1,268,256> * Asante MacCon NuBus-A: <4,1,260,256> (alpha-1.0,1.1 revision) * ROM on the above card: <2,1,0,0> * Cabletron ethernet card: <4,1,1,265> * Farallon ethernet card: <4,1,268,256> (identical to Sonic Systems card) * Kinetics EtherPort IIN: <4,1,259,262> * API Engineering EtherRun_LCa PDS enet card: <4,1,282,256> * * Add your devices to the list! You can obtain the "Slots" utility * from Apple's FTP site at: * ftp://dev.apple.com/devworld/Tool_Chest/Devices_-_Hardware/NuBus_Slot_Manager/ * * Alternately, TattleTech can be found at any Info-Mac mirror site. * or from its distribution site: ftp://ftp.decismkr.com/dms */ /* DrSW: Uniquely identifies the software interface to a board. This is usually the one you want to look at when writing a driver. It's not as useful as you think, though, because as we should know by now (duh), "Apple Compatible" can mean a lot of things... */ /* Add known DrSW values here */ enum nubus_drsw { /* NUBUS_CAT_DISPLAY */ NUBUS_DRSW_APPLE = 0x0001, NUBUS_DRSW_APPLE_HIRES = 0x0013, /* MacII HiRes card driver */ /* NUBUS_CAT_NETWORK */ NUBUS_DRSW_CABLETRON = 0x0001, NUBUS_DRSW_SONIC_LC = 0x0001, NUBUS_DRSW_KINETICS = 0x0103, NUBUS_DRSW_ASANTE = 0x0104, NUBUS_DRSW_DAYNA = 0x010b, NUBUS_DRSW_FARALLON = 0x010c, NUBUS_DRSW_APPLE_SN = 0x010f, NUBUS_DRSW_DAYNA2 = 0x0115, NUBUS_DRSW_FOCUS = 0x011a, NUBUS_DRSW_ASANTE_CS = 0x011d, /* use asante SMC9194 driver */ NUBUS_DRSW_DAYNA_LC = 0x011e, /* NUBUS_CAT_CPU */ NUBUS_DRSW_NONE = 0x0000, }; /* DrHW: Uniquely identifies the hardware interface to a board (or at least, it should... some video cards are known to incorrectly identify themselves as Toby cards) */ /* Add known DrHW values here */ enum nubus_drhw { /* NUBUS_CAT_DISPLAY */ NUBUS_DRHW_APPLE_TFB = 0x0001, /* Toby frame buffer card */ NUBUS_DRHW_APPLE_HRVC = 0x0013, /* Mac II High Res Video card */ NUBUS_DRHW_APPLE_RBV1 = 0x0018, /* IIci RBV video */ NUBUS_DRHW_APPLE_MDC = 0x0019, /* Macintosh Display Card */ NUBUS_DRHW_APPLE_SONORA = 0x0022, /* Sonora built-in video */ NUBUS_DRHW_APPLE_JET = 0x0029, /* Jet framebuffer (DuoDock) */ NUBUS_DRHW_APPLE_VALKYRIE = 0x002e, NUBUS_DRHW_THUNDER24 = 0x02cb, /* SuperMac Thunder/24 */ /* NUBUS_CAT_NETWORK */ NUBUS_DRHW_INTERLAN = 0x0100, NUBUS_DRHW_SMC9194 = 0x0101, NUBUS_DRHW_KINETICS = 0x0106, NUBUS_DRHW_CABLETRON = 0x0109, NUBUS_DRHW_ASANTE_LC = 0x010f, NUBUS_DRHW_SONIC = 0x0110, NUBUS_DRHW_SONIC_NB = 0x0118, NUBUS_DRHW_SONIC_LC = 0x0119, /* NUBUS_CAT_COMMUNICATIONS */ NUBUS_DRHW_DOVEFAX = 0x0100, }; /* Resource IDs: These are the identifiers for the various weird and wonderful tidbits of information that may or may not reside in the NuBus ROM directory. */ enum nubus_res_id { NUBUS_RESID_TYPE = 0x0001, NUBUS_RESID_NAME = 0x0002, NUBUS_RESID_ICON = 0x0003, NUBUS_RESID_DRVRDIR = 0x0004, NUBUS_RESID_LOADREC = 0x0005, NUBUS_RESID_BOOTREC = 0x0006, NUBUS_RESID_FLAGS = 0x0007, NUBUS_RESID_HWDEVID = 0x0008, NUBUS_RESID_MINOR_BASEOS = 0x000a, NUBUS_RESID_MINOR_LENGTH = 0x000b, NUBUS_RESID_MAJOR_BASEOS = 0x000c, NUBUS_RESID_MAJOR_LENGTH = 0x000d, NUBUS_RESID_CICN = 0x000f, NUBUS_RESID_ICL8 = 0x0010, NUBUS_RESID_ICL4 = 0x0011, }; /* Category-specific resources. */ enum nubus_board_res_id { NUBUS_RESID_BOARDID = 0x0020, NUBUS_RESID_PRAMINITDATA = 0x0021, NUBUS_RESID_PRIMARYINIT = 0x0022, NUBUS_RESID_TIMEOUTCONST = 0x0023, NUBUS_RESID_VENDORINFO = 0x0024, NUBUS_RESID_BOARDFLAGS = 0x0025, NUBUS_RESID_SECONDINIT = 0x0026, /* Not sure why Apple put these next two in here */ NUBUS_RESID_VIDNAMES = 0x0041, NUBUS_RESID_VIDMODES = 0x007e }; /* Fields within the vendor info directory */ enum nubus_vendor_res_id { NUBUS_RESID_VEND_ID = 0x0001, NUBUS_RESID_VEND_SERIAL = 0x0002, NUBUS_RESID_VEND_REV = 0x0003, NUBUS_RESID_VEND_PART = 0x0004, NUBUS_RESID_VEND_DATE = 0x0005 }; enum nubus_net_res_id { NUBUS_RESID_MAC_ADDRESS = 0x0080 }; enum nubus_cpu_res_id { NUBUS_RESID_MEMINFO = 0x0081, NUBUS_RESID_ROMINFO = 0x0082 }; enum nubus_display_res_id { NUBUS_RESID_GAMMADIR = 0x0040, NUBUS_RESID_FIRSTMODE = 0x0080, NUBUS_RESID_SECONDMODE = 0x0081, NUBUS_RESID_THIRDMODE = 0x0082, NUBUS_RESID_FOURTHMODE = 0x0083, NUBUS_RESID_FIFTHMODE = 0x0084, NUBUS_RESID_SIXTHMODE = 0x0085 }; struct nubus_dir { unsigned char *base; unsigned char *ptr; int done; int mask; }; struct nubus_dirent { unsigned char *base; unsigned char type; __u32 data; /* Actually 24bits used */ int mask; }; struct nubus_board { struct nubus_board* next; struct nubus_dev* first_dev; /* Only 9-E actually exist, though 0-8 are also theoretically possible, and 0 is a special case which represents the motherboard and onboard peripherals (Ethernet, video) */ int slot; /* For slot 0, this is bogus. */ char name[64]; /* Format block */ unsigned char* fblock; /* Root directory (does *not* always equal fblock + doffset!) */ unsigned char* directory; unsigned long slot_addr; /* Offset to root directory (sometimes) */ unsigned long doffset; /* Length over which to compute the crc */ unsigned long rom_length; /* Completely useless most of the time */ unsigned long crc; unsigned char rev; unsigned char format; unsigned char lanes; }; struct nubus_dev { /* Next link in device list */ struct nubus_dev* next; /* Directory entry in /proc/bus/nubus */ struct proc_dir_entry* procdir; /* The functional resource ID of this device */ unsigned char resid; /* These are mostly here for convenience; we could always read them from the ROMs if we wanted to */ unsigned short category; unsigned short type; unsigned short dr_sw; unsigned short dr_hw; /* This is the device's name rather than the board's. Sometimes they are different. Usually the board name is more correct. */ char name[64]; /* MacOS driver (I kid you not) */ unsigned char* driver; /* Actually this is an offset */ unsigned long iobase; unsigned long iosize; unsigned char flags, hwdevid; /* Functional directory */ unsigned char* directory; /* Much of our info comes from here */ struct nubus_board* board; }; /* This is all NuBus devices (used to find devices later on) */ extern struct nubus_dev* nubus_devices; /* This is all NuBus cards */ extern struct nubus_board* nubus_boards; /* Generic NuBus interface functions, modelled after the PCI interface */ void nubus_scan_bus(void); extern void nubus_proc_init(void); int get_nubus_list(char *buf); int nubus_proc_attach_device(struct nubus_dev *dev); int nubus_proc_detach_device(struct nubus_dev *dev); /* If we need more precision we can add some more of these */ struct nubus_dev* nubus_find_device(unsigned short category, unsigned short type, unsigned short dr_hw, unsigned short dr_sw, const struct nubus_dev* from); struct nubus_dev* nubus_find_type(unsigned short category, unsigned short type, const struct nubus_dev* from); /* Might have more than one device in a slot, you know... */ struct nubus_dev* nubus_find_slot(unsigned int slot, const struct nubus_dev* from); /* These are somewhat more NuBus-specific. They all return 0 for success and -1 for failure, as you'd expect. */ /* The root directory which contains the board and functional directories */ int nubus_get_root_dir(const struct nubus_board* board, struct nubus_dir* dir); /* The board directory */ int nubus_get_board_dir(const struct nubus_board* board, struct nubus_dir* dir); /* The functional directory */ int nubus_get_func_dir(const struct nubus_dev* dev, struct nubus_dir* dir); /* These work on any directory gotten via the above */ int nubus_readdir(struct nubus_dir* dir, struct nubus_dirent* ent); int nubus_find_rsrc(struct nubus_dir* dir, unsigned char rsrc_type, struct nubus_dirent* ent); int nubus_rewinddir(struct nubus_dir* dir); /* Things to do with directory entries */ int nubus_get_subdir(const struct nubus_dirent* ent, struct nubus_dir* dir); void nubus_get_rsrc_mem(void* dest, const struct nubus_dirent *dirent, int len); void nubus_get_rsrc_str(void* dest, const struct nubus_dirent *dirent, int maxlen); /* We'd like to get rid of this eventually. Only daynaport.c uses it now. */ static inline void *nubus_slot_addr(int slot) { return (void *)(0xF0000000|(slot<<24)); } #endif /* LINUX_NUBUS_H */