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    SubjectRe: Bug: PCI discovered primary peer bus
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    I have reported this problem since 2.1.112 (or 113), I think, when Martin
    did some changes to bios32.c. Compilation of bios32.c broke in 2.1.114
    and the fix in 2.1.115 still caused that "PCI discovered primary peer
    bus" on my machine. I disabled access to PCI through the BIOS and am
    using direct access right now mi no problems. I don't know if this the
    correct way of setting this up because PCI access through the BIOS
    used to work perfectly before 2.1.112. I've bugged Martin Mares a
    couple of times regarding this but have not got any answer...

    peloy.-

    James M. J. Cassidy <jcassidy@mice.dyn.ml.org> wrote:
    >
    > I know someone reported this error before with 2.1.114 and I was wondering
    > if they found out what the cause of it was. I'm willing to try any patches
    > to see if they work.
    >
    > The error is: (both with 2.1.114 and 2.1.115 kernels)
    >
    > when I boot up it keeps printing the message:
    > PCI discovered primary peer bus xx
    > (where xx is a number)
    > after a little bit the kernel oppss's then reboots the machine.
    >
    >
    >
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    Rockwell Automation Venezuela
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