On Sat, Apr 07, 2001 at 03:01:57PM +0200, G=E9rard Roudier wrote:
> PCI multi I/O boards _shall_ provide a separate function for each kind of
> IO. Those that donnot are kind of PCI messy IO boards.
But they don't. What are you going to do about it?
> Cheap for whom?
For the guys who make them, and for the ones who buy them. Yes, it
> > Again, how about other cards? Are there any PCI Multi-I/O-cards out
> > there, which are supported by linux? I'd be interested in how the driver
> > looks like....
> I donnot know and will never know. I only use hardware that does not look
> too shitty to me. Time is too much important for me to waste even seconds
> with dubious hardware. :)
Good luck finding a card that gets multifunction I/O right without
wasting any seconds then.
For a list of cards that are supported, or for which patches exist
(using the 'two lines in a table' approach), see
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