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SubjectRe: [PANIC] APM bug with -rc4 and -rc5
> Ok, thanks. I'll try to revert some patches from -rc4. But it looks
> more like a side effect IMHO. Perhaps the APM initialization code
> triggers one of the numerous bugs in the bios :-/

It seems that I cannot reproduce it anymore if I revert arch/i386/kernel/vm86.c
to the state of -rc3. Reverting clear_AC doesn't change anything, but the
rest of the patch does. I don't know why, it seems correct at first glance.
Perhaps old code hides a bug in the bios... Well, i don't know, I'm not
enough aware of apm or vm86 internals to understand what's happening.

Cheers,
Willy
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