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SubjectRe: [2.5.55, PCI, PCMCIA, XIRCOM]
> On Fri, 10 Jan 2003 20:00:31 +0100, Jochen Hein said:
> > > - and I've seen a report it causes an OOPS
> > > on 2.5.53. I've not tried it on post-52, but I had a -54 kernel OOPS

Guess the report was mine :) note for readers, this is bug 134
in the 2.5 kernel bug database at http://bugme.osdl.org .

> > > right around that point in bootup (right after IDE and somewhere in PCI
> > > init). Haven't chased that one at all...
> if it OOPSes without my patch, then it's somebody else's problem.

No, it did oops only with the patch.

[snip]

> In any case, I've attached a new *UNTESTED* patch, that only tries to
> gratuitously
> assign resources of MEM class, and disables the ROM once it does so.
> No, I don't claim to fully understand this code. And if you're not brave
> enough or can't test it yourself, I'll be taking the 2.5.56 plunge sometime
> this weekend. ;) And all you other kernel hackers are welcome to jump right
> in and tell me what I'm doing wrong.. ;)

-ENOPATCH ;)


Ciao,

--alessandro
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