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SubjectRe: Parport PCI card doesn't share IRQ
On Tue, Oct 16, 2001 at 12:03:01PM +0200, Enver Haase wrote:

> Communication controller: PCI device 9710:9815 (rev 1).

A NetMos card; currently not supported because of reported crashes
with the experimental support.

> here, and it runs fine as long as you don't try to share its
> IRQ. Maybe related: "cat /proc/interrupts" does not show the card is
> on IRQ 11 --- so when I put my NE2000 clone network card _also_ on
> IRQ 11, the system hangs as soon as the card is used,
> i.e. ifconfig'ed.

In general, interrupt use at all with parallel port PCI cards is not
implemented yet; it might work for some people, but for others it
might not.

I think it needs someone knowledgeable to go through the code and fix
the bugs. :-(

Tim.
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