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SubjectRe: Trying to free free IRQ
I disagree Sam.  If that is what it is meant to do, then something is
broken. My modem is on IRQ3 (ppp tests as well). There is NO other
device on that irq unless the new PnP routines have assigned some other
device that irq on boot, but from boot messages and /proc/interrupts, it
hasn't. Also, now in 2.3.14 (first 2.3 I have tried), my serial ports
do NOT show up in /proc/interrupts!


EPOX MPV3-C Motherboard with 128 meg of SDRAM, Permedia 2 video, NetGear
FA310TX card, Symbios scsi card (Diamond Dual FirePort 40), USRobotics
56k modem (non PnP mode), and I believe that is it.

Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 21:00:02 EDT
Subject: Re: Trying to free free IRQ

Its trying to free an IRQ thats in conflict with another. If IRQ3 only
up on PPP then it must be your modem. Have you added any new devices


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