måndagen den 27 november 2000 16:05 skrev Tim Waugh:
> On Mon, Nov 27, 2000 at 04:05:55PM +0100, Erik Sigra wrote:
> > OK, the kernel obviously can't discover the DMA channel by
> > itself. Windows98 can discover it so the information is obviously
> > available somewhere (i didn't give it to Windows98). So this must be
> > a kerlel bug, right?
> I expect Windows either guessed, or knows more about the specific
> chipset than Linux does.
I don't think Windows guesses wild, because when I changed the DMA channel
from 1 to 3 in the BIOS and then booted Windows, it detected the chage and
reconfigured itself correctly.
> Gunther Mayer has patches for adding this extra chipset detection to Linux.
Sound great. Are they on the way in? Before 2.4.0?
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