[linux-dvb] Possible bug in cx88-dvb?

timecop timecop at gmail.com
Wed Jul 4 16:24:41 CEST 2007

Does it, by chance, work in the real OS?


On 7/4/07, Pierluigi Rolando <lanugo at ica-net.it> wrote:
> > I did. Didn't help.
> >
> > I also tried changing PCI latency in the BIOS settings and using
> > "pci=routeirq" or "pci=noacpi" kernel boot parameters. And I tried a
> > different kernel.
> >
> > Those attempts didn't help either.
> Hi,
> Instead of changing the PCI latency you might want to see if your
> BIOS lets you route IRQ manually. Sometimes it lets you do that, and
> you can change IRQ assignments around until you find a way not to
> have shared lines between the troublesome devices.
> In the past I have been able to do that on my old laptop to get a
> 802.11b pc-card working.
> I can't recall the exact name of the option or anything, sorry, but
> it involved IRQ lines/pins (that are labelled something like A, B, C,
> D and so on).
> HTH,
> Pierluigi
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