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    SubjectRe: linux-2.1.126 hangs Probing PCI bus
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    From: Stephen Williams <steve@icarus.com>
    > I compiled 2.1.126 (no patches) configure for GENERIC on my PC164.
    > It hangs right after "Probing PCI bus". I have included output from
    > lspci -v, in case that is useful. (I'm running 2.1.102 just fine.)


    lav@yars.free.net said:
    > I bet you compiled 2.1.102 with other compiler. I had the problem too,
    > and it turned out to be a timer problem. It only appeared when gcc (or
    > egcs) produced too good code, and could be solved by inserting little
    > delay on top of SMC93x_Init function.

    That is true, 102 is compiled with (I think) gcc-2.7.2. Of course, that
    compiler doesn't even compile the newer kernels.

    Jay sent me a larger patch that includes this patch with it, so I will
    try his larger patch first. I have high hopes, it's been a long time since
    I've been able to compile a working kernel for my alpha:-(


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