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> From: Adam Belay [mailto:ambx1@neo.rr.com] 
> In many cases, Auto configuration can be better then manual
> configuration.
> 1.) The auto configuration engine in my patch is able to
> resolve almost any
> resource conflict and provides the greatest chance for all
> devices to have
> resources allocated.
> 2.) Certainly some driver developers would like to manually
> set resources
> but many may prefer the option to auto config.

I think the people who want to manually configure their device's
resources need to step up and justify why this is really necessary.

If someone is manually configuring something, that means the automatic
config *failed*. Why did it fail? It should never fail. Manual config is
only giving the user to opportunity to get something wrong.

Regards -- Andy
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