Re: PCI drivers question

The driver should handle both. You should not need to port it.
the Sea wrote:
HI all, I'm new in the PCI world, as well as linux kernel.
Here are my questions:
two same chips, one is on a PCI card, the other is on a single board
connected by the PCI bus. what is the difference between the drivers
for them? How big? How about porting one to the other?


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