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SubjectRe: [ACPI] Re: [PATCH] PNPACPI: fix types when decoding ACPI resources [resend]
Hi,

Shaohua Li wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-08-03 at 23:16 +0200, matthieu castet wrote:
>
>>There are drivers/acpi/motherboard.c that done some stuff already handle
>>by pnp/system.c.
>
> Yes, it should be disabled if pnpacpi is enabled.
But even if pnpacpi is disabled, pnp/system.c sould work with pnpbios.
> The only concern is
> motherboard.c also request some ACPI resources, which might not declaim
> in ACPI motherboard device, but it's completely BIOS dependent. We might
> could try remove it at -mm tree to see if it breaks any system later.
>
>
Ok,
may be we should split in 2 modules : the one that request some ACPI
resources and the other that use PNP resource.
>>PS : I saw in acpi ols paper that you plan once all dupe acpi drivers
>>will be removed to register again the pnp device in acpi layer. Do you
>>plan to add more check and for example add only device that have a CRS
>>in pnp layer ?
>
> For detecting PNP device? it's worthy trying.
>

I will send a patch for that.

Matthieu
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