Yes, I know. It's the Contaq IDE controler on the ds10s and ds20s.
> and so without telling the kernel that the iospace
> of such bus is larger than 64k, the find_parent_resource breaks and we
> can't reinitialize the device (and reinitializing if possible we'll put
> the base address of the device in the first 64k).
Putting the device somewhere in the first 64k is _exactly_ what we
should be doing. If find_parent_resource can't cope with this case,
that is, an IO or MEM address initially outside the allocatable
range, it's broken. (I could have sworn it did cope, but last time
I checked was 2.3.18 or so. I've been delinquent.)
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