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    SubjectRe: serial input overrun(s) using ide-cd
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    > >On a 386 with no cache. Man that'd be clever.
    > You're pretty quick to dismiss the possibility that there's something
    > wrong with the linux kernel and/or IDE code.

    This box failed to run 386BSD equally well. That doesn't prove
    it wasnt just a pile of **** of a box or that 386BSD at the time had
    identical or different bugs (given the price I paid for the 386sx board
    anything is possible)

    > Unless it can be shown to be "all cases" you have said nothing to
    > discredit or rebut Richard's suggestion.

    His suggestion doesnt explain the 386 cases. I can believe it is valid
    for 486's in some forms. Reading chipset errata makes that kind of thing
    all to believable - but his is not the whole explanation for all cases


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