On Tue, Sep 04, 2001 at 04:22:19PM +0300, Michael Ben-Gershon wrote:
> I don't know what they mean (the printing itself was not affected) but
> I guess it would be better to avoid modes which give such messages.
They are normal, really, and are there to help debugging.
> At the moment I am loading the module with:
> insmod parport
> insmod parport_pc io=3D0x378,0xa800 irq=3Dauto,auto dma=3Dnofifo,nofifo
So this is interrupt-driven printing but without using the ECP
hardware. I wonder why CONFIG_PARPORT_PC_FIFO makes a difference. It
shouldn't, really, and neither should building it as a module.
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