From: Benjamin Reed <breed@al...> - 2000-12-07 03:34:13
I wish I had used RCS, but I was very short sighted. Since the driver has
been in the PCMCIA distribution for a while, the best way to get old
versions is to grab old PCMCIA distributions.
"Bernhard 'Gustl' Bauer" <gustl@...>@csl.cse.ucsc.edu on 12/05/2000
Sent by: aironet-admin@...
Subject: Re: [Aironet] Bug in Bens driver
Bernhard 'Gustl' Bauer wrote:
> I think I discovered a bug in Ben's driver. I have a
> Motherboard with 6 PCI slots (TYAN Trinity KT). 2 slots
> share 1 IRQ. In this board I want to plug 4 AIR-PCI341 and
> one card with 4 ethernet interfaces. I have to use shared
> IRQs to achieve this. I did some testing and I can reproduce
> a system crash by setting the SSID of a card that shares an
> IRQ with another one. It doesn't matter if the other one is
> an aironet or ethernet card.
> I used version 0.98so of Ben's driver. Version 1.2 I wasn't
> able to compile, but from airo.txt I guess there hasn't
> changed anything concerning shared IRQs.
> I would appreciate any input.
I found a version 1.1 in my archives. This one solved my
I would like to suggest that Ben put not only the newest
version on his site, but also the former versions. So if
someone has problems with the newest version (like I) can
try an older one.
Bernhard "Gustl" Bauer, R&D
QUANTEC Tonstudiotechnik GmbH - Munich/Germany
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