This isn't a linuxbios problem, but there are many people lurking here who
have the knowledge to help (I think...)
I've got a backplane system, nothing fancy: 7 ISA and 9 PCI.
5 of the 7 PCI are behind a DEC 21150 PCI-PCI bridge.
behind the bridge I have physically installed three RTL8139s, a QuickNet
PhoneJACK and a WMP11. Linux was compiled to use direct access for PCI
(tried "any" setting and booted with pci=biosirq too)
only the WMP11 isn't showing up in lspci. lspci -H1 shows it though.
I used to have an Orinoco gold in a PLX-based adaptor and it worked just fine
in that same slot.
Can anyone help me get this detected so the module can be loaded? I think the
bridge is working just fine, since I can access 4 of the 5 devices, but I'm
at a loss as to why a direct-pci-accessing kernel cannot find the device, but
an lspci -H1 (direct hardware accessing lspci) can.
dmesg doesn't show anything interesting at all that I can find, but I've
attached it and my lspci dumps.