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SubjectRe: Removal of pci_find_* in 2.5
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On Sat, 2002-07-13 at 01:36, Greg KH wrote:
> So if you own a PCI driver that does not conform to the "new" PCI api
> (using pci_register_driver() and friends) consider yourself warned.
> Your driver will NOT inherit any of the upcoming changes to the drivers
> tree, which might cause them to break. Also remember, all of the people
> that are buying hotplug PCI systems for their datacenters will not buy
> your cards :)

I have several examples where the ordering of the PCI cards is critical
to get stuff like boot device and primary controller detection right.
pci_register_driver doesn't appear to have a good way to deal with this
or have I missed something ?


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