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Thanks to O'Reilly in Germany, I've got an I^2, non-impact... I'll set
up an test enviroment for mips-linux there,
when I've got the time.
Ralf Baechle wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 10:32:33PM +0100, Thomas Bogendoerfer
>>> Would indeed be most surprising, if this isn't appropriate for
>>> any Indigo2- Impact, but don't know for sure. And can't check,
>>> whether it at least doesn't hurt Non-Impact Indigo2. Of
>>> course, being able to avoid '#ifdef' at all would be the
>>> prettiest alternative.
>> I'll check my IP22 machines, if they are ok with that change.
>> Another solution could be to have gio_set_master() similair to
>> pci_set_master(). That way we only enable master, if it is
>> requested by a driver.
> That sounds like a clean solution. Anyway where are we standing
> with this? I assume it's release critical for IP28?
Mr Markus Gothe
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