Quoting Alexander Motin :

> Lars Engels wrote:
>> 1. How can I tune the PCI configuration? With pciconf -w or so?

>
> Yes. `pciconf -r -b device addr` to read and `pciconf -w -b device addr
> value` to write.


Okay, so do you think I need to take the device of the first sdhci
device or firewire's device like in the thread you mentioned?
I should then set the value to 0x20 I guess? Which address do I need to use?
FYI here is the pciconf -lv output with firewire and sdhci:

fwohci0@pci0:2:6:2: class=0x0c0010 card=0x30c3103c chip=0x08321180
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Ricoh Company, Ltd.'
device = 'unknown IEEE 1394 (4 pin firewire) chip)'
class = serial bus
subclass = FireWire
sdhci0@pci0:2:6:3: class=0x080500 card=0x30c3103c chip=0x08221180
rev=0x20 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Ricoh Company, Ltd.'
device = 'R5C832, R5C843 SDA Standard Compliant SD Host Controller'
class = base peripheral
none2@pci0:2:6:4: class=0x088000 card=0x30c3103c chip=0x08431180
rev=0x10 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Ricoh Company, Ltd.'
device = 'unknown Ricoh MMC Host Controller'
class = base peripheral


>> 2. Unfortunately the sysctl did not change a thing with regard to the
>> Card reader.

>
> Have you added it to the loader.conf and rebooted?


Yes, but without result.

>> 3. I added the chip ID and the second device is now recognized as a
>> sdhci device but still does not see any card inserted:
>>
>> Nov 6 16:32:20 NB0117232 kernel: sdhci1: Hardware doesn't specify base
>> clock frequency.
>> Nov 6 16:32:20 NB0117232 kernel: sdhci1: Hardware doesn't specify
>> timeout clock frequency.
>> Nov 6 16:32:20 NB0117232 kernel: sdhci1: Hardware doesn't report any
>> support voltages.

>
> Looks like it is not enough compatible, or even not compatible.


Too bad...

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