: >Well, I understand that, my question is, why are true PCI devices like
: >video controllers still shown as being on isa0 by the kernel?  

Yokota-san's answer is correct here, which I've not repeated.
however, atkbdc0 is a isa device as is fdc0.

For some drivers it is easier to hack a pci front end that kicks the
device into isa legacy mode.  video is one (since it must support
legacy things).  pcic is another, because writing a native cardbus
bridge code is a lot harder than writing a front end that kicks it
into compat mode.

but atakbdc and fdc, those really are isa devices.


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