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SubjectRe: PCMCIA CD-ROM does not work
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On Friday 10 of October 2003 17:44, Thom Borton wrote:
> Thanks a lot, I tried the parameters
> ide1=0x386,0x180 pci=off
> and it did not work. pci=off seems to have broken quite a lot (fb,
> jogdial, ...). Just leaving it away and just having ide1=0x386,0x180
> didn't help the CD-ROM drive either.
>
> I am now compiling the 2.4.19/20/21 kernels to try to figure out,
> where it broke. I have some suspicion that it happened when ide-cs.c
> was moved to legacy from drivers/ide.

I suspect yenta.

> BTW, if it's legacy, what replaces it?

It's legacy not obsolete.

--bartlomiej

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