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SubjectRe: /proc/pci deprecation?
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On Mon, 2002-12-09 at 18:11, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> That's definitely where it should be - the behaviour of the
> PCI_INTERRUPT_LINE register is clearly chip-specific, so it should be in
> the chip-specific drivers..
>
> It's a kind of strange behaviour, though. What chip is this? It sounds
> kind of convenient, but as far as I can tell it can only work for those
> kinds of PCI devices that are on the same chip as the irq controller..

VIA bridges. In my case its a CLE266 (onchip video, 5.1 audio, ide, usb,
firewire, ethernet, floppy, serial, irda. parallel...) [See why I don't
want to hack each driver 8)]


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