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SubjectRe: [PATCH] PnPBIOS additional fixes
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> # uname -a
> Linux crusoe.alcove-fr 2.4.10-ac4 #2 Wed Oct 3 11:20:19 CEST 2001 i586 unknown
> # cd /proc/bus/pnp
> # ls
> boot devices

Good ...

> # ls boot/
> 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0b 0c 0d 0e
> # cat devices
> 00 020cd041 06:01:00 0003
> 01 010cd041 05:00:00 0003
> 02 0002d041 08:01:01 0003
> 03 0000d041 08:00:01 0003
> 04 0001d041 08:02:01 0003
> 05 000bd041 08:03:01 0003
> 06 0303d041 09:00:00 0003
> 07 040cd041 0b:80:00 0003
> 08 0008d041 04:01:00 0003
> 09 030ad041 06:04:00 0003
> 0b 020cd041 05:00:00 0003
> 0c 020cd041 05:00:00 0003
> 0d 030ed041 06:05:00 0180
> 0e 130fd041 09:02:00 0088
> # cat boot/* > /dev/null
> # lspnp -b
> 00 PNP0c02 bridge controller: ISA
> 01 PNP0c01 memory controller: RAM
> 02 PNP0200 system peripheral: DMA controller
> 03 PNP0000 system peripheral: programmable interrupt controller
> 04 PNP0100 system peripheral: system timer
> 05 PNP0b00 system peripheral: real time clock
> 06 PNP0303 input device: keyboard
> 07 PNP0c04 reserved: other
> 08 PNP0800 multimedia controller: audio
> 09 PNP0a03 bridge controller: PCI
> 0b PNP0c02 memory controller: RAM
> 0c PNP0c02 memory controller: RAM
> 0d PNP0e03 bridge controller: PCMCIA
> 0e PNP0f13 input device: mouse
> # lspnp
> 00 PNP0c02 bridge controller: ISA
> 01 PNP0c01 memory controller: RAM
> 02 PNP0200 system peripheral: DMA controller
> 03 PNP0000 system peripheral: programmable interrupt controller
> 04 PNP0100 system peripheral: system timer
> 05 PNP0b00 system peripheral: real time clock
> 06 PNP0303 input device: keyboard
> 07 PNP0c04 reserved: other
> 08 PNP0800 multimedia controller: audio
> 09 PNP0a03 bridge controller: PCI
> 0b PNP0c02 memory controller: RAM
> 0c PNP0c02 memory controller: RAM
> 0d PNP0e03 bridge controller: PCMCIA
> 0e PNP0f13 input device: mouse

Also, "lspnp -bv" should work and "lspnp -v" should fail.

Thanks for testing.
--
Thomas Hood
(Don't reply to the From: address but to jdthood_AT_yahoo.co.uk)
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