In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> "Matthew N. 
Dodd" writes:
: On Wed, 8 Nov 2000, Warner Losh wrote:
: > The cardbus code, for example, will or in the RF_SHAREABLE bit when
: > appropriate.
: Right, but the drivers that are consumers of the PCI or CARDBUS bus
: interface shouldn't have to deal with RF_SHAREABLE; the bus driver should
: do that.  I grant you that this isn't the case at the moment but it should
: be.

We are in violent agreement.  The cardbus bridge code is the one that
adds RF_SHAREABLE in the right places.

This should allow us, in the fullness of time, to share interrupts for
the 16-bit cards in cardbus sockets, for example, w/o sharing them for
those cards in a i82365SL socket.


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