Hollis> On Tuesday, Jun 17, 2003, at 18:24 US/Central, David Mosberger wrote:
>> #ifdef CONFIG_LEGACY_HW
>> # define PIT_FREQ 1193182
>> # define LATCH ((CLOCK_TICK_RATE + HZ/2) / HZ)
>> This way, machines that support legacy hardware can define
>> CONFIG_LEGACY_HW and on others, the macro can be left undefined, so
>> that any attempt to compile drivers requiring legacy hw would fail to
>> compile upfront (much better than accessing random ports!).
Hollis> Is "having legacy hardware" an all-or-nothing condition for you? If
Hollis> not, a CONFIG_LEGACY_PIT might be more appropriate...
I believe it is, though I'm not entirely certain about Intel's Tiger
platform. If more fine-grained distinction really is needed, I
suspect we'd rather want something called CONFIG_8259_PIT. Might be a
good idea to do this for all legacy devices.
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