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SubjectRe: Updated 2.4 TODO List -- new addition WAS(test9 PCI resource collisions (fwd)

[Sorry for the delay, I've been ill for two weeks and now I'm trying hard
to catch up with the huge pile of mail...]

> I'm not certain of the details but I do know that it is legal.
> To date I've only heard of it on ISA bridges, in particular the PIIXE.
> It's some kind of passive listening mode as opposed to actually claiming
> the bus cycles.

Yes, this is called subtractive address decoding, but as far as I remember,
the PCI specifications allow only one subtractive decoder in the system
which is in 99% of cases the ISA bridge.

Jamal, can you send me "lspci -vvxxx" results on both 2.2 and 2.4, please?

Have a nice fortnight
Martin `MJ' Mares <> <>
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