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SubjectRe: I/O Conflict
On Sat, 3 Aug 1996, pbian@pccp.com.ar wrote:

> Hi!
>
> I've been reading this message in my syslog for some time. I don't
> have the slightest idea about what the sbmpu is, and it doesn't seem to
> bother normal operation, but I thought someone around here may find it
> interesting, and I'd like to know what it means.
>
> The message is: 'kernel: sbmpu: I/O port conflict (0)'
The message is harmless. The following patch should get rid of it.

Best regards,

Hannu
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http://personal.eunet.fi/pp/voxware/hannu.html (my home page)
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http://personal.eunet.fi/pp/voxware (USS Lite/TASD/VoxWare)
--------- cut here ----------------
*** sb_common.c.old Sun Aug 4 07:55:19 1996
--- sb_common.c Sun Aug 4 07:56:00 1996
***************
*** 1163,1168 ****
--- 1163,1171 ----

last_devc = 0;

+ if (hw_config->io_base <= 0)
+ return 0;
+
if (check_region (hw_config->io_base, 4))
{
printk ("sbmpu: I/O port conflict (%x)\n", hw_config->io_base);



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