> I'm running current and get the following error in dmesg while trying to
> enable the minipci.  This is a HP n5470 laptop.
> dc0: <Accton EN2242 MiniPCI 10/100BaseTX> irq 11 at device 16.0 on pci0
> dc0: failed to enable I/O ports!
> device_probe_and_attach: dc0 attach returned 6
> It is sharing irq 11 with the cardbus bridge.  As I understand this sharing
> should work but I have my doubts.

This has nothing to do with interupts; as the error message *clearly* 
states, the problem is I/O ports.  If you can change the "PnP OS" option 
in your BIOS setup, you should turn it "off".  The problem is that your 
BIOS isn't setting up the PCI device.

>  To double check I have tried to change the
> cardbus too use irq 10 by changing hints to irq 10 and by adding 
> machdep.pccard.pcic_irq="10"
> to loader.conf.  They don't make any chnge.

It's a CardBus bridge, so this won't work.

> So I haven't been able to confirm
> my suspisions.  Does anyone have a suggestion as to how I might be able to 
> test this or fix it (would be even better:)?

If you can't turn the "PnP OS" option off, you're stuck until we finish 
PCI resource assignment in 5.x.

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