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    SubjectLinux vs. Broken PCI BIOS
    I'm using Linux 2.2 on an x86 embedded system with a rather broken PCI
    BIOS. I've been limping along for about a year with its shortcomings, but
    I've just discovered that my BIOS has no ability to configure PCI bridges
    and secondary buses, and I'm starting to think that perhaps my best bet
    would be to patch the kernel to redo the PCI configuration (address
    assignments, etc.) as necessary.

    Has anybody done this before? I'm lazy and I'll borrow code if it exists.

    Eric Seppanen
    eds@reric.net

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