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SubjectRe: pdc202xx.c fails to compile in 2.5.15
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> If you have PDC20265 like I have, you must also remove test on device class,
> as 20265 reports itself as generic mass storage (class 0x0180) and not as
> IDE (it is real IDE, not RAID, really).

It reports itself that way so that the windows ide disk driver doesn't
grab and it and dos/bios don't get odd ideas

> Because of there are apparently devices on which you must check device class
> (2.5.14 talks about CY82C693 and IT8172G), I'll leave proper fix on Martin,
> but simple fix below work fine on my Asus A7V.

You need to do specific checks for the device in question. Removing the
class check btw is something anyone reading this message should not do
even in the same situation unless they know precisely what other
mass storage class devices they have present. You can easily trash a
raid array otherwise
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