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SubjectRe: Displaying/modifying PCI device id tables via sysfs
Matt Domsch wrote:
> Adding IDs to drivers at runtime is definitely a stop-gap measure, and
> only works when drivers don't need other changes, but it solves an
> important subset of the problem space.


Agreed on both points -- it's a stopgap measure, and also one that
happens solve quite a few cases in the field.

Field-replacement of PCI id tables is a todo item for a while now :)

However, anything beyond PCI id table replacement requires code changes
and recompilation, and that can be handled by existing patch submission
procedures...

Jeff



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