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SubjectRe: small fix for nforce ide chipset driver in 2.5.54
On Jan 08, Alan Cox wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-01-08 at 07:55, James Curbo wrote:
> > so I added a #define for PCI_DEVICE_ID_NVIDIA_NFORCE_IDE as 0x0065. It
> > compiled fine and I am in fact running that kernel now. I would have
> > just sent a patch but I am new to kernel hacking, this is just a one
> > liner and I'm sure you know where it goes better than I do.
>
> Someone deleted it about 2.5.50, and though I sent in the fix twice Linus
> still hasn't applied it 8(

Well, I thought this deal was over but apparently not. My 2.5.54 kernel
is still working fine, but when I compiled 2.4.20-ac2, it didn't pick up
my Nforce2 IDE. On a whim I checked include/linux/pci_ids.h and it has a
different PCI ID for PCI_DEVICE_ID_NVIDIA_NFORCE_IDE, namely 0x01bc.
(lspci -v reports 0x0065 here). Perhaps 0x01bc is the nforce1 ide
chipset and 0x0065 is the nforce2 ide chipset?

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