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orm - ISA I/O space option ROM(s) driver

 

NAME

      orm - ISA I/O space option ROM(s) driver
 

SYNOPSIS

      orm is automatically included on all systems that have an ISA bus.
 

DESCRIPTION

      The driver scans at boot time the ISA I/O memory space for option ROM(s)
      and claims them.  Other drivers are thus precluded from using ISA I/O
      memory that is on top of an option ROM.
 

AUTHORS

      This manual page was written by Nikolai Saoukh 〈nms@otdel-1.org〉.
 

BUGS

      Due to the implementation of the resource manager, other drivers cannot
      attach to the option ROM address range.
 

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