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    SubjectRe: avoiding pci_disable_device()...
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    > No. You also need to consider situations such as out-of-tree drivers
    > for the same hardware (might not use PCI API), and situations where you
    > have peer devices discovered and used (PCI API doesn't have "hey, <this>
    > device is associated with <current driver>, too" capability)


    there's not a lot you or anyone else can do about such broken (and often
    proprietary) drivers.... if a device doesn't use the kernel API's its
    end of game basically. Adding more new API's isn't going to help you ...



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