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SubjectRe: New topic (PowerPC Linux PCI HELL)
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> The PCI Specification states, in part, that either the BIOS or the
> driver has to enable the device. So, many drivers find that the device
> has not been enabled. This is normal and necessary because many/most
> PCI hardware had better not be enabled until an ISR is in-place.

The Linux 2.4 kernel API means that you must call

pci_enable_device(dev)

which also knows about architecture specific magic too

Alan

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