Rick Moen wrote:
> So, if you want to keep life simple, stick to PCI/AGP cards. If you
> insist on using ISA ones, be prepared to _either_ contend with
> "Legacy/ISA" resource pools, jumpers, and card-configuration utilities
> _or_ get knee-deep in Linux's ISA PnP userspace utilities (if your ISA
> cards are all PnP-capable, and have that mode enabled).
Eh? I was under the impression that any 2.4 kernel would do all of this
for you... I have an ISA PNP modem which needed isapnptools to be
configured correctly with 2.2.18 but was assigned resources without any
intervention with 2.4.16. (I think).
Am I correct in thinking this?
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