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SubjectRe: kernel/dma.c question
> So runtime checks don't have to be made. If you don't have DMA, the
> functions just return -EINVAL (so they must return a value). Otherwise,
> they don't return a value because they 'printk' their own diagnostic
> message.

The return value thing is a bug
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