ICHLPCIB(4) NetBSD/x86 Kernel Interfaces Manual ICHLPCIB(4)
ichlpcib -- Intel ICH LPC Interface Bridge
ichlpcib* at pci? dev ? function ? fwhrng* at ichlpcib? hpet0 at ichlpcib? isa0 at ichlpcib? gpio* at ichlpcib? tco* at ichlpcib?
The ichlpcib driver supports the Intel ICH LPC Interface Bridges on com- patible chipsets. Supported functions include: · Watchdog timer. The watchdog timer may be configured for a 1 seconds (on ICH6 or newer) and 2 seconds (on ICH5 or older) min period and for a 23 seconds (on ICH5 or older) or 367 seconds max period (on ICH6 or newer). Prior to NetBSD 8.0, the x86/tco(4) watchdog timer was included as part of the ichlpcib driver, and did not require explicit configura- tion. · Power Management timer. A 24-bit timer available to be used by the timecounters framework. · SpeedStep. In some older systems the SpeedStep function is also available, and can be used to switch between high and low frequency (to reduce power consumption) via the machdep.speedstep_state sysctl(8) node. A value of 0 will use the low frequency (low power) and a 1 will enable the high frequency (full power). · General Purpose Input/Output. The ICH provides up to 64 I/O pins which can be accessed through the gpio(4) framework.
gpio(4), x86/est(4), x86/fwhrng(4), x86/hpet(4), x86/ioapic(4), x86/tco(4), sysctl(8), wdogctl(8) Intel Corporation, Intel I/O Controller Hub 6 (ICH6) Family, http://www.intel.com/assets/pdf/datasheet/301473.pdf, January, 2005. Intel Corporation, Intel I/O Controller Hub 7 (ICH7) Family, http://www.intel.com/Assets/PDF/datasheet/307013.pdf, April, 2007. Intel Corporation, Intel I/O Controller Hub 8 (ICH8) Family, http://www.intel.com/assets/pdf/datasheet/313056.pdf, May, 2007. Intel Corporation, Using the Intel ICH Family Watchdog Timer (WDT), ftp://download.intel.com/design/chipsets/applnots/29227301.pdf, September, 2002.
The ichlpcib driver first appeared in NetBSD 3.0.
The ichlpcib driver was written by Minoura Makoto and Matthew R. Green. NetBSD 9.0 February 17, 2017 NetBSD 9.0
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