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    SubjectRe: Flash Back -- kernel 2.1.111

    > As a point of reference for removal of the pci read/write space to the
    > host, I strongly suggest that be left alone. As for the removal of the
    > settings file, may of the distributions use this as a means to issue
    > script calls to enable and disable features w/o the use of an additional
    > application like "hdparm".

    You are sure the distros write to the PCI config space of the host chip
    device or the IO registers at boot time????!!! In esp. since the
    abolition in case did only just get introduced at 2.4.xx times???

    Just show me one please!

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