"Richard B. Johnson" wrote:
> Observe that the PCI DWORD (long) register at DWORD offset 15 consists
> of 4 byte-wide registers (from the PCI specification), Max_lat, Min_Gnt,
> Interrupt pin, and interrupt line. Nothing has to fit into 4 bits, you
> have 8 bits. I haven't looked at the Linux code, but if it provides only 4
> bits for the IRQ, it's broken.
Non-IO-APIC Via audio hardware only decodes the lower 4 bits of the IRQ.
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