[Bug 7306] Yenta-socket causes oops on insertion of any PCMCIA card

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Thu Jul 17 04:45:44 EDT 2008


------- Comment #17 from linux at brodo.de  2008-07-17 01:45 -------
Now this contains interesting information:

pcmcia: parent PCI bridge Memory window: 0xfd000000 - 0xfdffffff

means the PCI host bridge is configured to allow "downstream" devices to use
this memory area. However, when the PCMCIA socket tries to do so, you get the
machine check. So my question would be to the powerpc folks: why is the PCI
host bridge configured this way, even if this memory area is not usable?

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