> >>- OUT_BYTE(drive->ctl | 2, IDE_CONTROL_REG);
> >>+ ata_irq_enale(drive, 0);
> For sure not. The nIEN bit is *negated* on the part of the
> device - please look at the ata_irq_enable() functions definition.
> I have explained it there.
Martin, that's a bit of your patch I was quoting. I was just trying
to point out that you wrote "ata_irq_enale" instead of "ata_irq_enable".
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