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On Tue, Jun 26, 2007 at 10:35:20AM -0400, Paul Coccoli wrote:
hda-intel is, I'm told, complete shit. ALSA developers basicaly told me to forget about it ever working right; the chip sucks and is poorly-documented. Each laptop manufacturer implements it their own way, and doesn't document it, just hacks around it in their proprietary drivers. Look around the ALSA list to find out more.
Also, there is nothing wrong with the ac, battery, temperature, and other ACPI modules. In fact you may need them in order for your CPU to run safely (i.e. temperature warnings).
It's the cpufreq stuff that you should definitely remove from the kernel. Or blacklist it in udev/hotplug. Basically yank all the governors and run without any. There is no governor anywhere.
I had firewire sharing an interrupt with eth0, for a while, and no problems. I wasn't doing heavy network activity while recording or mixing though.
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