: I'd like to know if there's some driver to let Linux 1.2.13 recognize
: the Intel HX and VX PCI chipset.
that's not how it works. the motherboard chipset doesn't need a
driver, since it basically pretends to be an AT. in any case, it's
pointless * to use anything as obsolete as 1.2.13; surely
you're aware than 2.0 has been out for a _long_ time.
: I'm having troubles to let Linux
: recognize some PCI card (Adaptec 2940U SCSI controller with the AIC7xxx
: device driver patched into the kernel).
its pretty trivial to stick new vendor/chip definitions in the pci.h
file. that will make the warnings go away, but then again, who cares,
since they're just harmless warnings. if you were using a modern
kernel, none of this would be an issue.
regards, mark hhn.