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> Which in turn implies that the non-disk target hardware has to be able to
> have a PCI-mapped memory buffer for the source or the destination, AND
> they have to be able to cope with the fact that the data you get off the
> disk will have to be the raw data at 512-byte granularity.

And that the chipset gets it right. Which is a big assumption as tv card
driver folks can tell you
The pcipci stuff in quirks is only a beginning alas

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