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SubjectRe: [Linux-fbdev-devel] Re: FBDEV 2.6.0-test7 updates.
The people writing the AGP driver have added their ID's in the wrong format.
ATI wants the IDs in the two letter form, not family/chip. The fbdev patch has
the ID's in correct form. The AGP driver should be the one that gets changed.

--- James Simmons <> wrote:
> > - Could I2C be ported to kernel I2C api and separated?, so it use would not
> > require the fbdev module loaded.
> I don't think that can be done. At least not easily.
> > - PCI IDs list should be in pci_ids.h as every other drivers, reality is
> > that adding new IDs to pci_ids.h is not hard so your driver will not be the
> > exception to the rule.
> I agree here. We do need to watch out for the AGP drivers. Changing PCI
> Id's can break them. I dicovered that recently.
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