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SubjectRe: libata and legacy ide pcmcia failure
Robert de Rooy wrote:
> Mark Lord wrote:
>> I still don't see much evidence that interrupts are actually
>> functioning here.
>> It would be good to see /proc/interrupts before/after libata tries to
>> talk to it.
>> Let's assume for the moment that interrupts are b0rken.
>> The legacy IDE driver can talk to such devices completely without
>> interrupts,
>> if the IDE polling patch (below) is applied.
>> So, Robert: could you try again with the old IDE driver,
>> except apply this patch to it first? This will give valuable info.
> I tried the patch, but a get a kernel panic on boot with it. I can try
> to get a screenshot of it tomorrow.

Oh crap. I did test it a couple of months ago, but my boot/root drive
is libata not IDE -- so no panic on boot with it. After booting, it worked
just fine talking to PC-CARD CF devices using the polling.

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