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SubjectRe: ISAPNP BUG: 2.4.65 ne2000 driver w. isapnp not working
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On Sun, 2003-03-23 at 16:26, M.H.VanLeeuwen wrote:
> NE2k ISAPNP broke around 2.5.64, again. There are 2 parts to the attached
> patch, one to move the NIC initialization earlier in the boot sequence
> and the second is a HACK to get ne2k to work when compiled into the
> kernel, I've never tried NE2k as a module...
>
> 1. The level of isapnp_init was moved to after apci. Since it is now
> after net_dev_init, ISA PNP NICs fail to initialized at boot.
>
> This fix allows ISA PNP NIC cards to work during net_dev_init, and still
> leaves isapnp_init after apci_init.

We must initialise ACPI before ISAPnP because we need PCI and ACPI to
know what system resources we must not hit. How about moving the
net_dev_init to later ?


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