On Wed, May 10, 2000 at 10:16:17AM -0400, Garrett Wollman wrote:
> <<On Wed, 10 May 2000 11:57:21 +0800, Trent Nelson
><[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:
> > Something else I've noticed in the mean time is that PnP devices like
> > my printer - that are also on buses that are probed for PnP devices -
> > end up being probed twice at boot time.
> Delete the `at isa? port blah' cruft from your config file.
For what devices? The only devices I have those on match what
is in GENERIC.
I did notice that I started getting all of the "unknown: <PNPxxxxx>"
messages after the PNPBIOS option became default. On the
machine I'm typing on this on, I used to see those messages
if I defined PNPBIOS in my config file. PNPBIOS became default
some time back, with no way (that I saw) to turn it off.
Other than the annoying messages at boot, it never caused a problem
that I saw, so I didn't really worry about it.
If we aren't supposed to have "at isa? port ..." stuff in our
config files, then someone should update GENERIC to reflect
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