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SubjectRe: [RFC][PATCH] IO-APIC blacklist

On Sat, 2 Jun 2007, Tear wrote:
> >
> > Wouldn't this also disable the IOAPIC in the (working) ACPI+IOAPIC case?
> Yes, it would. However, I wanted to make my addition
> to the kernel generic so that other people with
> problematic IO-APIC implementations can blacklist
> their systems without checking whether ACPI is enabled
> or not.

But that's just wrong. First off, all distro kernels come with ACPI on, so
the thing you're fixing is really just for somebody who compiles his own
kernel in a particular (and unusual/strange) configuration, and you're
making it _worse_ for everybody else.

And you're blacklisting it without even understaning _what_ is wrong. I
really think we should figure that part out first,

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