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SubjectRe: pdc202xx.c fails to compile in 2.5.15
Alan Cox wrote:
> > 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

I think you are probably talking about the class check for unknown devices
a few lines above in 2.5.15. Removing the class check when a driver already
claimed responsibility just reinstates what we had in 2.4. The removal is
in IDE 61.

Franz.

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