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SubjectRe: How to get around sb sound dependency?
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> > What's the best way to work around this?  (output below)  Separate sb
> > core functions from generic sb driver?
>
> That may be a good longer term approach. Right now you can however load
> the sb module with "support=1" and it will not probe. Its broken in 2.3.30pre
> because whoever added the isapnp supprot got it wrong.

I've patched the kernel to sort this out I think. Now the "support" option
works like before isapnp=1 probes for an isapnp card or errors if you don't
have PnP support included, and the io/irq/dma are only mandatory if neither
are used.

I'll send it to Linus


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