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SubjectRe: Problems with arch/i386/kernel/apm.c
Jeff Golds wrote:
> Please let me know if this is correct, I can provide a simple patch if
> needed. What I am really desiring to know is if there are any devices
> that depend on the apm::send_event(APM_NORMAL_RESUME) happening while
> interrupts are disabled.

Good spotting... If any devices depend on what you describe, I would
argue that their drivers should handle that not the core apm code...

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