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SubjectRe: 2.6.10: e100 network broken after swsusp/resume
On sön, 2005-01-02 at 13:42 -0500, John M Flinchbaugh wrote:
> pci=routeirq worked for me to get my e100 working again after resume.

For the record: It works around my problems with e100 and snd-intel8x0,

> so what's that mean? what's the trade-off for using this option?

The Documentation/kernel-parameters.txt says this about pci=routeirq:
"Do IRQ routing for all PCI devices. This is normally done in
pci_enable_device(), so this option is a temporary workaround for broken
drivers that don't call it."

Ie, it doesn't sound too bad to use it until the problem is solved.
And I don't know if this particular issue is a case of broken drivers,
but that was what the parameter was added to work around.


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