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SubjectRe: 2.5.64p5 No USB support when APIC mode enabled
From: Nicolas Mailhot <>
Subject: Re: 2.5.64p5 No USB support when APIC mode enabled
Date: 07 Mar 2003 15:11:56 +0100


I got "No dma on first hard drive" as bug id 15 ???
As that, what you intended, Nicolas ???

Keep hacking!

> |Alan Cox wrote :
> |
> |You need at least 2.4.21-pre5-ac, or 2.5.64-ac (I just sent Linus the
> |relevant changes) to use APIC on the VIA chipset systems. You also need
> |a BIOS with correct tables, which can also be a little tricky to find
> |in uniprocessordom
> Well, if it's the same bug as
> I'm certainly seeing it also with 2.5.64-ac1. Old 2.4.-ac kernels used to be
> fine, I fear they have nowe been "fixed" to match 2.5.
> Maybe you should be cc'd on this bug ?
> |And Meino Christian Cramer replied :
> |
> | Therefore it seems that APIC is working with my VIA board without USB.
> | But I cannot live without USB ... my mouse is USBish and X without a
> | mouse is a little ... hmmm senseless.
> Lucky you. I'm on a 100% hid input setup (mouse *and* keyboard), the
> hardware is great on the kernels that support it, but is seems good
> Linux support is not here yet:(.
> Regards,
> --
> Nicolas Mailhot
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