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SubjectRe: [PATCH] ISAPNP using an invalid IO_APIC IRQ
Alan Cox wrote:
> IRQ 5 may well have gone to an onboard device.
> There are two things to note here:
> 1. By default if you boot with non PnP OS the BIOS will assign IRQ's
> to PnP devices and we would be best to try and keep the existing value when
> possible (so the PCI/ISA routing is correct)

Yes, when I tell the BIOS that the OS is not PnP aware it assigns IRQ 9 to NIC,
yet Linux tries to assign it to IRQ 5.

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