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SubjectRe: Calling EISA experts
I've got a Micronics M54Pe dual Pentium EISA/PCI board.  It is the one
that I'm sending this message from. I've also got some 486 motherboards
which have PCI and VLB. I got rid of my EISA only 486 board.

I was looking at the pci.ids stuff, and haven't figured out how to modify
the entry for the Intel 82375EB to make it a PCI to EISA bridge and have
it discovered correctly in /proc/pci.

Let me know if there is anything I can do to help.

Thanks,
Dennis Boylan
dennis@lan.com
On Thu, Jan 17, 2002 at 01:54:56AM -0500, Eric S. Raymond wrote:
> Does anything in /proc or elswhere reliably register the presence of EISA?
>
> Failing that, have any motherboards existed that had both PCI and EISA slots?
>
> (Yes, I have RTFD. That's why I'm asking.)
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