[CentOS] Intel DH67BL + CentOS 5.5 IRQ #177 nobody cared

Wed Jan 19 18:09:58 UTC 2011
Lamar Owen <lowen at pari.edu>

On Wednesday, January 19, 2011 12:35:18 pm Drew Weaver wrote:
> The kernel boots fine, and everything works ok until you unplug the monitor from the DVI port on the motherboard.
> When you unplug the monitor, that IRQ/ACPI message is displayed, and it screws up the USB and the e1000 card in the system.
> These machines aren't always headless, sometimes we need to plug monitors into them.

Can you disable the video card's use of an IRQ?  I've seen that before, where the video card had an IRQ whether the driver needed it or not.

If you use a DVI to VGA/analog adapter and unplug an analog monitor, does it still happen?