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    I tested 2.4.4-ac9 today on A7V133 machine. It booted up, but can't stand
    any load. It will deadlock (without oops) when the network/disk system faces
    any load.

    There is also some new bug in VIA IDE driver. It misdetects cable as 80-w
    when it's only 40-w and causes some CRC errors and speed dropping. Some
    older kernels correctly detected the cable as 40-w and used UDMA33, this one
    tries to use UDMA100 and fails (of course). Is there any way to force cable
    detection to 40-w?

    - Jussi Laako

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