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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Fallback to PCI IRQs for TI bridges
On Fri, 1 Mar 2003, Alan Cox wrote:

> On Sat, 2003-03-01 at 01:30, Pavel Roskin wrote:
> > In my opinion, the problem with IRQ routing on PCI-to-PCMCIA bridges is a
> > major problem that needs to be addressed in 2.4 series. Linux
> > distributors who chose to use kernel PCMCIA (e.g. Red Hat) should be
> > interested in working PCMCIA support. I cannot count how many times I
> > asked Red Hat users to recompile the kernel without PCMCIA support when
> > they wrote me about IRQ problems.
> Lets tyr it in -ac and see what cooks

Excellent! By the way, please remove printk from my patch. It turns out
that the socket is initialized more often than I expected (every time a
card is inserted), so it creates too much noise on the console.

I have tested a Ricoh bridge (Ricoh Co Ltd RL5c476 II), and it works
already, so let's not fix what is not broken, although I know what to do
if the IRQ problems are reported by someone else.

Pavel Roskin
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