In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Peter Wemm writes
>Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
>> Ok, noted.  I changed to to fail the probe but still use the hardware.
>If intpm is probed first (the smbus driver), your probe won't even get
>called. I think we need an early quirks or hooks handler in the pci probes
>to handle stuff like this.  For example, we have hooks fixing up a handful
>of wierd bios misconfigurations, collecting these together via a quirks
>table or whatever would also give a convenient place for you to hook this
>sort of thing into, and without it being dependent on link or probe order.


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