> On 7 Aug 2002, Alan Cox wrote:
> > That would ensure the southbridge IDE stayed in one place. Another
> > alternative is to enumerate all the IDE devices by class (we can do that
> > nice and easy, with a little tweak for the fasttrak stuff) then hand
> > them off according to the enumeration position. That would preserve the
> > old semantics nicely for pci IDE. (Plug in ISA IDE is pretty rare and
> > since we can't probe those its kind of hard to do anything much about
> > it).
Well there is also the ISAPNP IDE plug in variant, or would these qualify
as 'pci' in terms of enumeration? The devices i'm thinking about are the
ones on ISAPNP sound cards.
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