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SubjectRe: ISA core vs. ISA card support
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> # There are PCI-only machines out there, but as of 2.4.0-test1 I'm told
> # nobody has tested the kernel with an x86 lacking ISA. Giacomo Catenazzi

I have tested on a couple of legacy free boxes. However they still have
what were once ISA devices lurking (IDE initial setup etc). Many PCI only
boxes have serial ports, parallel, floppy, even ISA style audio devices
on the mainboard internal busses

ISA slots I agree is a useful distinction however
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