måndagen den 27 november 2000 14:36 skrev Tim Waugh:
> On Mon, Nov 27, 2000 at 02:39:53PM +0100, Erik Sigra wrote:
> > But this doesn't look like the syntax for boot parameters, because
> > boot parameters are space delimited. So to say this im boot
> > parameter language, would I say append="parport=0x378,7,3"? It's my
> > best guess, but I can't find any evidence for it in documentation.
> Compile modular. See Documentation/parport.txt in the kernel source
I guess it would be possible to compile modular. But I have a non-modular
system now and it works great, except for this little issue. If it is
possible to fix this without recompiling modular, I would very much prefer it.
So do I have to compile modular to use DMA for the parport, or is it just
your preferred way of doing it?
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