[lfs-support] module shpchp
phb0949 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 23 08:05:24 PDT 2019
On 8/23/19 7:27 AM, Dave wrote:
> Using an ASUS Pime B350 plus Motherboard, Ryzen-5. I'm finding that
> the pause on wifi startup with an atheros wifi-PCI board seems to be
> caused by a missing module called shpchp. This driver is needed for a
> PCIe to PCI bridge. I have looked at Ubuntu, Arch, Mint, even
> systemrescuecd all have this module enabled.
> This LFS system is system V, it was built from the 'in process 9-rc1",
> so I have caught packages being updated through the build. The kernel
> I'm using is the 5.2.1 version. I tried using the 5.2.8 kernel with
> the same results, so I'm back to the 5.2.1 version. I know the kernel
> has the source code, I've seen it. I just have not stumbled across the
> proper combination in .config to make it use the module. I did
> continue building to the point that I have Xorg and the xlGears
> working, so everything works to this point, except the startup delay
> connecting the network card.
> Does anyone know the config combo to make this module active?
> After this gets solved, I'll try and figure out this Hi-Def audio
> chip, that uses 'verbs' to configure the chip, new territory there
This is generated by you Linux kernel build. Under Bus Options, enable
Support for PCI Hotplug. This will enable another menu (i.e. Bus
options->Support for PCI Hotplug). Select that menu and then enable SHPC
PCI Hotplug driver. Then recompile your kernel, etc.
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