Eric Anholt wrote:
> This looks like the classic error of the agp module having been loaded
> by the drm because it's required, but agp doesn't probe/attach because
> a generic bridge driver has already claimed the agp device.
I doubt that would be a problem as long as it came with a patch to the
release scripts so that the agp device was filtered out of the BOOTMFS
kernel image. (A quick grep -r for BOOTMFS should show up the sed scripts
that turn GENERIC into BOOTMFS in src/release).
The 'agp' device isn't likely to hurt anything, is it?
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