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SubjectRe: Strange message in log upon resuming a PCIe system
Larry Finger wrote:
> A bcm43xx user is having problems with suspend/resume with a PCIe system. This may be the first time
> we have tried to resume with PCIe. The problem occurs someplace within the initialization of the
> bcm43xx chip and we are still tracing it; however, there are some strange messages in the log from
> the pnp, namely:
> pnp: Device 00:04 does not support activation.
> pnp: Device 00:05 does not support activation.
> How does one trace back these device numbers? The output of 'lspci -v' shows the following:

Those aren't PCI devices, they're PnP devices, likely on the
motherboard. If you look in sysfs (not booted into Linux right now so I
can't tell you exactly where) you can get some idea of what those are.
In any case I think those are messages are harmless and unrelated to any
bcm43xx problems.

Robert Hancock Saskatoon, SK, Canada
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