Commit f8b0be1a authored by Ben Skeggs's avatar Ben Skeggs
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drm/nouveau: ensure we've parsed i2c table entry for INIT_*I2C* handlers



We may not have parsed the entry yet if the i2c_index is for an i2c bus
that's not referenced by a DCB encoder.

This could be done oh so much more nicely, except we have to care about
prehistoric DCB tables too, and they make life painful.
Signed-off-by: default avatarBen Skeggs <bskeggs@redhat.com>
parent 92b96187
......@@ -715,6 +715,83 @@ static int dcb_entry_idx_from_crtchead(struct drm_device *dev)
return dcb_entry;
}
static int
read_dcb_i2c_entry(struct drm_device *dev, int dcb_version, uint8_t *i2ctable, int index, struct dcb_i2c_entry *i2c)
{
uint8_t dcb_i2c_ver = dcb_version, headerlen = 0, entry_len = 4;
int i2c_entries = DCB_MAX_NUM_I2C_ENTRIES;
int recordoffset = 0, rdofs = 1, wrofs = 0;
uint8_t port_type = 0;
if (!i2ctable)
return -EINVAL;
if (dcb_version >= 0x30) {
if (i2ctable[0] != dcb_version) /* necessary? */
NV_WARN(dev,
"DCB I2C table version mismatch (%02X vs %02X)\n",
i2ctable[0], dcb_version);
dcb_i2c_ver = i2ctable[0];
headerlen = i2ctable[1];
if (i2ctable[2] <= DCB_MAX_NUM_I2C_ENTRIES)
i2c_entries = i2ctable[2];
else
NV_WARN(dev,
"DCB I2C table has more entries than indexable "
"(%d entries, max %d)\n", i2ctable[2],
DCB_MAX_NUM_I2C_ENTRIES);
entry_len = i2ctable[3];
/* [4] is i2c_default_indices, read in parse_dcb_table() */
}
/*
* It's your own fault if you call this function on a DCB 1.1 BIOS --
* the test below is for DCB 1.2
*/
if (dcb_version < 0x14) {
recordoffset = 2;
rdofs = 0;
wrofs = 1;
}
if (index == 0xf)
return 0;
if (index >= i2c_entries) {
NV_ERROR(dev, "DCB I2C index too big (%d >= %d)\n",
index, i2ctable[2]);
return -ENOENT;
}
if (i2ctable[headerlen + entry_len * index + 3] == 0xff) {
NV_ERROR(dev, "DCB I2C entry invalid\n");
return -EINVAL;
}
if (dcb_i2c_ver >= 0x30) {
port_type = i2ctable[headerlen + recordoffset + 3 + entry_len * index];
/*
* Fixup for chips using same address offset for read and
* write.
*/
if (port_type == 4) /* seen on C51 */
rdofs = wrofs = 1;
if (port_type >= 5) /* G80+ */
rdofs = wrofs = 0;
}
if (dcb_i2c_ver >= 0x40) {
if (port_type != 5 && port_type != 6)
NV_WARN(dev, "DCB I2C table has port type %d\n", port_type);
i2c->entry = ROM32(i2ctable[headerlen + recordoffset + entry_len * index]);
}
i2c->port_type = port_type;
i2c->read = i2ctable[headerlen + recordoffset + rdofs + entry_len * index];
i2c->write = i2ctable[headerlen + recordoffset + wrofs + entry_len * index];
return 0;
}
static struct nouveau_i2c_chan *
init_i2c_device_find(struct drm_device *dev, int i2c_index)
{
......@@ -734,6 +811,17 @@ init_i2c_device_find(struct drm_device *dev, int i2c_index)
if (i2c_index == 0x80) /* g80+ */
i2c_index = dcb->i2c_default_indices & 0xf;
if (i2c_index > DCB_MAX_NUM_I2C_ENTRIES) {
NV_ERROR(dev, "invalid i2c_index 0x%x\n", i2c_index);
return NULL;
}
/* Make sure i2c table entry has been parsed, it may not
* have been if this is a bus not referenced by a DCB encoder
*/
read_dcb_i2c_entry(dev, dcb->version, dcb->i2c_table,
i2c_index, &dcb->i2c[i2c_index]);
return nouveau_i2c_find(dev, i2c_index);
}
......@@ -5090,83 +5178,6 @@ static uint16_t findstr(uint8_t *data, int n, const uint8_t *str, int len)
return 0;
}
static int
read_dcb_i2c_entry(struct drm_device *dev, int dcb_version, uint8_t *i2ctable, int index, struct dcb_i2c_entry *i2c)
{
uint8_t dcb_i2c_ver = dcb_version, headerlen = 0, entry_len = 4;
int i2c_entries = DCB_MAX_NUM_I2C_ENTRIES;
int recordoffset = 0, rdofs = 1, wrofs = 0;
uint8_t port_type = 0;
if (!i2ctable)
return -EINVAL;
if (dcb_version >= 0x30) {
if (i2ctable[0] != dcb_version) /* necessary? */
NV_WARN(dev,
"DCB I2C table version mismatch (%02X vs %02X)\n",
i2ctable[0], dcb_version);
dcb_i2c_ver = i2ctable[0];
headerlen = i2ctable[1];
if (i2ctable[2] <= DCB_MAX_NUM_I2C_ENTRIES)
i2c_entries = i2ctable[2];
else
NV_WARN(dev,
"DCB I2C table has more entries than indexable "
"(%d entries, max %d)\n", i2ctable[2],
DCB_MAX_NUM_I2C_ENTRIES);
entry_len = i2ctable[3];
/* [4] is i2c_default_indices, read in parse_dcb_table() */
}
/*
* It's your own fault if you call this function on a DCB 1.1 BIOS --
* the test below is for DCB 1.2
*/
if (dcb_version < 0x14) {
recordoffset = 2;
rdofs = 0;
wrofs = 1;
}
if (index == 0xf)
return 0;
if (index >= i2c_entries) {
NV_ERROR(dev, "DCB I2C index too big (%d >= %d)\n",
index, i2ctable[2]);
return -ENOENT;
}
if (i2ctable[headerlen + entry_len * index + 3] == 0xff) {
NV_ERROR(dev, "DCB I2C entry invalid\n");
return -EINVAL;
}
if (dcb_i2c_ver >= 0x30) {
port_type = i2ctable[headerlen + recordoffset + 3 + entry_len * index];
/*
* Fixup for chips using same address offset for read and
* write.
*/
if (port_type == 4) /* seen on C51 */
rdofs = wrofs = 1;
if (port_type >= 5) /* G80+ */
rdofs = wrofs = 0;
}
if (dcb_i2c_ver >= 0x40) {
if (port_type != 5 && port_type != 6)
NV_WARN(dev, "DCB I2C table has port type %d\n", port_type);
i2c->entry = ROM32(i2ctable[headerlen + recordoffset + entry_len * index]);
}
i2c->port_type = port_type;
i2c->read = i2ctable[headerlen + recordoffset + rdofs + entry_len * index];
i2c->write = i2ctable[headerlen + recordoffset + wrofs + entry_len * index];
return 0;
}
static struct dcb_gpio_entry *
new_gpio_entry(struct nvbios *bios)
{
......
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