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SubjectRe: 3c509 + sb16 bug
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> Perhaps it's cold comfort, but I found long ago that
> 3c509 and SB don't mix too well, at least in Linux.

I've had them mixed ok before

> ISA devices are somewhat dumb, switching one
> of the cards for a PCI version does the trick here.

I think the problem here thought isnt the 3c509 and SB card, its the kernel
plug and play code. You might want to try building kernels with no PnP support
at all and see how they behave
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