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SubjectRe: [BUG] cardbus/hotplugging still broken in 2.5.56
On Sat, 11 Jan 2003, Zwane Mwaikambo wrote:

> yOn Sat, 11 Jan 2003, Mikael Pettersson wrote:
>
> > Cardbus/hotplugging is still broken in 2.5.56. Inserting a
> > card fails due a bogus 'resource conflict', and ejecting it
> > oopses the kernel. It's been this way since 2.5.4x-something.
> >
> > Dell Latitude, Texas PCI1131 cardbus bridge, 3c575_cb NIC.
>
> I think its a matter of resource collisions only and the oops is
> inadequate cleanup on failure. I've tested cardbus/hotplugging on a TI PCI1211 and
> Tulip 21142 based NIC. Perhaps find the last working kernel?

I've got the same problem as the one above, with a Realtek rtl8139.
The problem I'm seeing is that

dev->resource[0].start == 0x00000000 and dev->resource[0].end == 0xff

which will not jive with various checks in pcibios_enable_device()

It's still working in 2.4.21-pre3, and the last kernel I was able to boot
succesfully was 2.5.48, although I know for a fact that 2.5.54 already had
the problem.

Hardware on my laptop (Inspiron 8000) is a TI PCI1445 cardbus bridge.

Bas Vermeulen

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