What ISA hardware is integrated into m68k bridges

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Hi Geert,

A discussion is underway with respect to the future of the various ISA
drivers[1], and Alan suggested checking with the m68k folks:

  Check with the M68K people however. 3c501 won't matter to them but I'm
  not sure which of the other chips ended up on Amiga ISA bridges. I know
  NE2000 clones did.
  
I know you've currently got that "almost ne2k" driver that runs IRQ-less.  Are
there other "ISA-like" onboard devices in the M68k harware scope that rely on 
existing (x86) ISA drivers?

Thanks,
Paul.

[1] http://patchwork.ozlabs.org/patch/160144/

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