> On Fri, 10 Mar 2000, Wakko Warner wrote:
> > By the way, last time I tried (2.3.48 or 49 I believe), yenta grabbed the
> > IRQ for my PCI sound card... again.
> Why is that a problem? PCI irq's are shared.
> If the sound driver doesn't realize that it has to ask for a shared irq,
> then the sound driver is broken and always has been. I'm eagerly awaiting
> a patch ;)
Which sound card if there is a problem. All the PCI sound cards should correctly
share. Note that the fake ISA IRQ stuff some cards have via PC/PCI and other
abortions don't share but should be considered as ISA anyway
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