Andrew Morton wrote:
> Thomas Schlichter <email@example.com> wrote:
> > OK, I've found it...!
> > After reverting the pci-init-ordering-fix everything works as expected
> > again...
> Damn. That patch fixes other bugs. i386 pci init ordering is busted.
Now, after further investigation, it seems reverting the pci-init-ordering-=
is not necessary... I simply had to switch off ACPI (for example with the=20
'acpi=3Doff' kernel parameter).
I recognized it because the changed kernel had the problems again if i star=
it with 'pci=3Dnoacpi', but not with 'acpi=3Doff'. So I tried the original =
kernel with this option and... IT WORKS!
So perhaps it is better to leave this patch in the -mm tree and fix ACPI=20
(which does not work for me anyway).
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