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SubjectRe: USB + PCI - IRQ = kernel bug??
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>>what i find interesting is that no interrupts are being sent
>>see for yourself here --> http://quail.no-ip.com/interrupts.txt
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>Your BIOS is broken.
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it's got the latest flash........
and as much as i dont like saying this out loud...... it all works in
win2k.....

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>>i've removed just about all devices from the system.... and there is no
>>change....
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>You should have posted the log as it looks _after_ pulling
>the SCSI card.
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>Another thing to try is to use a 2.7.9-x kernel from RH updates
>for 7.2 and use "apic" parameter. See if that helps.
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i've try'd that kernel...... same results.....

"apic" ??

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>-- Pete
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