I haven't found a single distro that (a) makes it trivial to add PCI IDs
at install time, and then (b) ensures those PCI IDs remain persistent
for each boot. We are not at all to the "just works" stage yet.
Maybe you are just not seeing all the developers that keep bringing this
Really, it is just silly to think that one-line PCI IDs patches will
cause any harm at all, and it should be self-evident that there is clear
potential to HELP Linux users. That's why we're all here, right?
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