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SubjectRe: ignore pci devices?
> > can't identify and blacklist it easily.  Thus I need some way to allow
> > the users to tell bttv (or the kernel) to ignore that particular PCI
> > card.
>
> Doh.. If the vendor isnt setting subsystem ids then its not valid
> hardware for windows nowdays. Obvious question - what else is on that
> board that might let you do the idents.

Well, at least nothing in PCI space. It looks just like a random,
cheap bt878 card.

> We already find the USB on the NSC SuperIO by peeking at the next
> device along and checking if its the SuperIO functions 8)

It is a PCI card you can plug into some slot, not a motherboard ...

Gerd

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