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SubjectRe: 2.6.18-rc5-mm1 unusual IRQ number for VIA device
Robert Hancock wrote:
> Jay Cliburn wrote:
>> Jay Cliburn wrote:
>>> Running 2.6.18-rc5.mm1 on an Asus M2V mainboard with dual-core Athlon
>>> cpu, the onboard audio device gets assigned and IRQ of 8410. Under
>>> 2.6.18-rc4-mm3, the same device gets assigned IRQ 17. Is this a way
>>> to get around this?
>> What I meant to ask is: Is there a way to get around this?
>> Thanks,
>> Jay
> What do you think needs to be "gotten around"? It is using MSI
> interrupts, I think that the IRQ numbers will be different.

I'll have to go research what MSI interrupts are. Thanks for the pointer.

Unfortunately, Fedora Core's irqbalance segfaults when it encounters the
IRQ of 8410. I assumed this behavior indicated that an IRQ number
shouldn't be that large.

Thanks again.
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