pc386 IRQ assignment question

Angelo Fraietta afraiett at bigpond.net.au
Sun Sep 12 03:23:21 UTC 2004

In your subject, you have pc386, but you mention what is happening in 
the 386ex BSP. I am currently using the pc386 BSP and am using IRQ 10. I 
jut have it defined in my device driver.

Peter Dufault wrote:

> The board I'm using has serial ports 3 and 4 hard-wired to IRQ 10 and 11.
> This makes keeping the modifications generic difficult, especially 
> since IRQ10 is already enumerated for TIMER3 in the 386ex code.
> Any suggestions on clean ways to do this?  I'm not going to modify the 
> IRQ assignments in irq.h, that doesn't seem like the right way to go 
> about it, I'll temporarily wrap the new IRQ assignments with #ifdefs 
> to permit compile-time override.
> Peter Dufault
> HD Associates, Inc.

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