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SubjectRe: That horrible hack from hell called A20
Linus Torvalds wrote:
>
> On Tue, 5 Dec 2000, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> >
> > Right now this is my interim patch (to clean test11). The thing to note is
> > that I decreased the keyboard controller timeout by a factor of about 167,
> > while making the "delay" a bit longer.
>
> Oh, btw, I forgot to ask people to give this a whirl. I assume it fixes
> the APM problems for Kai.
>
> It definitely won't fix the silly Olivetti M4 issue (we still touch bit #2
> in 0x92). We'll need to fix that by testing A20 before bothering with the
> 0x92 stuff. Alan, that should get fixed in 2.2.x too - clearly those
> Olivetti machines can be considered buggy, but even so..
>
> Who else had trouble with the keyboard controller?
>

Some IBM Aptiva box...

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