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SubjectRe: RFC: PCI quirks update for 2.6.16
On Thu, 7 Dec 2006 14:24:30 +0100 Adrian Bunk wrote:

> While checking how to fix the VIA quirk regressions for several users
> introduced into -stable in, I started looking through all
> drivers/pci/quirks.c updates up to both -stable and 2.6.19.
> Below is the selection the seemed good and safe.
> Any comments on whether it's really good or whether I should change
> anything?
> Adrian
> Bauke Jan Douma (1):
> PCI: quirk for asus a8v and a8v delux motherboards

This quirk will cause breakage for people who used an external PCI
soundcard with these boards - the builtin sound chip which was
invisible before may become the first audio device.

It also enables the MC97 device, which does not really work (there is
no MC97 codec attached to the controller at least on A8V Deluxe; I'm
not sure if there is some other variant of this board which has MC97,
but it seems unlikely).

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