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SubjectRe: i820 agp support ?
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On Wed, 2001-10-31 at 08:01, Nicolas Aspert wrote:
> It seems to me that the i820 chipset from Intel, which I have on my PC,
> is not supported by the 'agpgart' module. Looking at the source (from
> 2.4.13) shows that there is support for i810, i815 and then skips to i830.
> I have managed to use the module successfully with the nice
> 'agp_try_unsupported=1' option (with a kernel 2.4.9 from RedHat), but
> still something remain unclear to me, namely "why is the i820 still in
> the 'unsupported' hardware ?".
>
> Are there many major differences between i820 and the other Intel
> chipsets ?
>
> Thanks in advance for answering.

I will work on support for the i820 ... I don't believe there is any
particular reason we don't support it. Please give me the output of

/sbin/lspci -s 0 -v -n

on your i820 machine.

Robert Love

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