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SubjectRe: [patch 0/9] x86, xsave: xsave/xrstor support
On 01-08-08 00:50, Ingo Molnar wrote:

> there are a handful of old ISA-ish drivers that can crash randconfig
> kernels in various ways. [indefinite lockups, crashes, stomped-over
> hardware, non-working keyboard, etc.]
>
> I mapped most of them out via many months of trial-and-error - but it
> would still be nice to have some separate config option to disable the
> known ones. CONFIG_ALLOW_NON_GENERIC or something like that - which i
> would unset in the randconfig runs.
>
> ( They are not CONFIG_BROKEN per se, because often it's hardware that
> cannot be probed in any reliable way - the driver just assumes it's
> there. )

If you have a list, I might be able to do something about some of them.

Rene.


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