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SubjectRe: MTRR fix
Linus Torvalds wrote:
>
> I really think that it's the console patch that is broken. If it plays
> with the MTRR's it should be part of the later "real" device
> initialization (ie chrdev_init()) rather than called from console_init()
> which happens early.

Linus,

Please correct me if I'm wrong but my reading of the code indicates that the
mtrr setup IS being done out of chrdev_init()
(chrdev_init()->fbmem_init()->vesafb_init()->mtrr_add)(). While this is late in
the boot sequence, it is still before smp_begin() is called is it not?

-Tom
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Tom Eastep
COMPAQ Computer Corporation
Enterprise Computing Group
Tandem Division
tom.eastep@compaq.com

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