1. Which to live up - No IRQ Found or Want IRQ 5 got 11?
Using Slackware 8 with Linux 2.4.7
On booting, I get a "No IRQ found for interrupt PIN ...".
I'm not sure what device this is, either the ISA Bridge
or the USB controller. [IDE disks work, but I don't have
USB devices, so can't tell about USB]
Then I added "pci=biosirq" args to the kernel, and
I don't get the above message, but now get something
device 01.2 - have IRQ 11, want 5
And just on the line above, it says "01.1 - IRQ 5"
01.1 is the ISA Bridge, and 01.2 is the USB, according
Not having any USB device to test (but would like
to do away with kernel warnings), which one of these
two is the better option to live with ? Should
I live with the "NO IRQ found" message, or just add
the "pci=biosirq" and ignore the "have 11 want 5" message?
Any thoughts appreciated!
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