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SubjectRe: IBM Thinkpad T21: Hotplugging of cdrom and floppy devices
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> I suspect there is a BIOS function that handles the device change,
> since that is where the suspend actually occurs. Windows must call it
> directly. Hotplugging is for the standard interfaces, the thinkpad
> Ultrabay is unique. You should probably be asking the IBM linux
> group.

My first guess would be that you want to look at the PNPBIOS support from
the -ac tree and see if you get PNPBIOS events.
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