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SubjectRe: lost interrupt hell - Plea for Help

You can try compiling without VIA chipset support, but it makes no
difference.
Now, with the latest prepatches, -ac patches and ide patches, I am
getting spurious "8259A interrupt: IRQ7."
all over the place too. Seems like the linux kernel does not play well
with AMD Cpus + VIA chipsets, which
is a real shame as thats what all my machines are :(

mikeH

Erik Steffl wrote:

> this is with stable kernel (I tried 2.4.17 and 2.4.18), via config
>option compiled in (I haven't tried without via support in kernel yet,
>I'll try that).
>
> any ideas? TIA
>
> erik
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