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SubjectRe: [PATCH][TRIVIAL] de2104x.c missing __devexit_p in 2.5.43
Adam J. Richter wrote:
> I believe that there are motherboards that use a chipset from
> Compaq that allows hot plugging and unplugging of ordinary PCI cards,
> supported by drivers in linux-2.5.43/drivers/hotplug/cpq*.[ch]. At a
> trade show, I saw a demo of a motherboard with such a capability (not
> running Linux, but I think from Compaq).


You are correct that all PCI cards are now hotpluggable.

My position is that _my_ driver will not be converted to be hotpluggable
until someone actually does so. Until such a time, I prefer the space
savings that keeping it non-hotplug-able provides.

Jeff



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