I didn't investigate the problem further once I had found a solution but my
guess is that there were two things at fault here:
- BIOS was at fault for not properly disabling the PS/2 device in the SuperIO
whiuch would have freed IRQ12.
- I think it might be an error for a PCI device (the NIC) to share an IRQ with
an ISA device (PS/2 mouse). Perhaps the kernel should flag this?
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