I tried the current CVS version, but that doesn't work on 2.6.19 because of
the NMI issue. A patch was already posted at the mailing list, but only
parts of it seems to be applied.
The attachment fixes the problem. Please apply. It would also be really nice
if a new version would be released soon. Forcing users to use CVS version
with current kernels is not as comfortable as using the latest release.
Also most Linux distribution include only the latest release and no CVS