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SubjectRe: es1371 and recent kernels

Jeff Garzik writes:
> > Argh, I had one of those, gave it away because it would hang my alpha
> > hard (I'm told the card is pretty nonconformant to the PCI spec).
> > *sigh*
>
> Now you tempt me to find this card and fix the alpha problem :)

I get instant master aborts on Sparc64 with the es1371, but I think
this is because the card recognizes less than the full 32-bits of
address lines on PCI.

So the thing is basically useless to me, and I believe the alpha
platform issues have to do with es1371's bogus handling of some WRITE
pci transactions.

Later,
David S. Miller
davem@redhat.com
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