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Subject"Other ISA Cards" configuration option
 > From: "Andrew E. Mileski" <>
> Date: Sun, 8 Sep 1996 16:53:49 -0400 (EDT)
> Subject: Re: NE2000 Module Problem
> P.S. The RTK8029 is a PCI card, but is listed as an "Other ISA Cards"
> during "make config". Perhaps this should be changed, or at least
> documented.

As long as you've mentioned it, I've been thinking for a while that
the "3COM" and "Other ISA Cards" areas don't make much sense from the
standpoint of the "make menuconfig" and "make xconfig" methods. I
understand why they were originally there - but, is it possible to
either remove them or somehow tag them so that the event-driven kernel
configuration methods will ignore them?

Sorry if this has been discussed before, I've been off for a long time
since vger didn't want to talk to me...

-Brett Thomas

PS: I've been looking at setting up EQL stuff and was wondering if
anyone knew if Simon Janes (, AKA is still
online. If anyone knows for sure, or if the EQL code has a new
keeper, I'd appreciate an email (private; no need to deluge the list).

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