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"F wrote:"
> On Sun, 12 May 2002, Axel H. Siebenwirth wrote:
> > Isn't there a config option called CONFIG_EISA?
> Indeed.
> > Which is about the same as ISA?
> Nope, it's for EISA stuff (enhanced industry standard arch). It differs
> somewhat from what we know as ISA. A computer can have ISA bus and no
> EISA, and vv.

I think that EISA support with no ISA support should not be assumed.
AFAIK, EISA support provides ISA support as EISA is a superset of ISA.

CONFIG_EISA = "y" should imply CONFIG_ISA = "y"
CONFIG_ISA = "n" should imply CONFIG_EISA = "n"

Andrzej M. Krzysztofowicz
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Faculty of Applied Phys. & Math., Technical University of Gdansk
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