I/O Port Conflicts with PCI devices?

Bryan Christianson bryanc at ihug.co.nz
Tue Feb 2 17:33:23 EST 1999

>Most likely neither devices is responding to I/O-space accesses
>because the PCI_COMMAND_IO bit (enable response to I/O space accesses)
>in the PCI command register isn't set.  That would explain the machine
>check when you try to access the device.

Thanks Paul. The drivers I looked at implied that this was required only
for broken Windows98 BIOS, but applying the code to LinuxPPC has fixed the


Bryan Christianson
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