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SubjectRe: Recent x86-64 patch causes many devices to disappear
Andi Kleen wrote:
> The problem is that most people cannot figure out how
> to disable this in the BIOS so we needed a way to make it boot
> out of the box.

Agreed.


> Booting without PCI-X is better than booting with it.

May I suppose you mean "booting without PCI-X is better than not booting
at all" ? Booting with PCI-X is obviously better.


> Maybe we should only do this if PCI segmentation is disabled?

May I suppose you mean "only do pci=noacpi if PCI segmentation is
enabled" ? That was my original proposal in the thread, in fact.....
Jeff


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