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Re: isapnp(4) - how does it work on non-PnP machines?

In article <>,
Felix Deichmann  <> wrote:
>I acquired some nice ISAPNP cards like wss(4) and le(4) recently which
>I will test in the next days in a 486 system without PnP BIOS.
>How does isapnp(4) work in this case, how does it allocate device
>resources (i. e. know which resources are free)?

It shares resource accounting with isa(4), and allocates the resources
the card specifies.

>Can I also specify resources *not* to use somehow, like for devices
>not supported by a driver?

I don't think so. I never added this feature.


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