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SubjectRe: de4x5.c patch against 2.1.117
On Thu, Aug 27, 1998 at 04:15:22AM +0200, Zlatko Calusic wrote:

> True. But unfortunately we are stuck with lots of ISA cards and we
> DO need to support them.

Any for the most part, we presently do support them.

> It's not that the BIOS is broken, it just don't have that
> functionality. It's too old and there is no way to upgrade it.

If its old hardware, then you have to live within its limits. Just
like I have boxes of 10 meg ethernet cards, because I can't upgrade
them 100 Mbits.

Now, since you bios isn't PnP aware, you presumably don't need PnP to
boot, so why isn't a userspace solution acceptable?



-cw


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