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#76 add delay to epic100

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Jeff Garzik
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2001-07-08
2001-06-03
Jeff Garzik
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From: Thomas =?iso-8859-1?q?K=F6ller?=
<tkoeller@gmx.net>
To: jgarzik@mandrakesoft.com
Subject: epic100 patch
Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2001 21:54:27 +0100
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Jeff,

I have a patch to the epic100 network driver module. I
am turning to you
because I could see from the source code that you are
working on it. The
original author, Donald Becker, does not respond to bug
reports. If you are
not maintaining this module, could you please forward
this mail to the
maintainer?

The problem with the epic100 driver is that the timings
seem to be too fast
for some cards. I have been using a genuine SMC
EtherPower II with various
2.2.xx kernels and could not get it to work, so I
posted a request for help
to the epic100 mailing list. In response to my request
I received the patch
below:

[...]

After I applied this patch the module worked and I used
it happily until I
recently changed from kernel 2.2.18 to 2.4.0. As soon
as I did that my
problems were back. I modified epic100.c manually and
inserted the delays
again. The module now works again for me. I created the
following patch from
my modifications to the epic100 module from the 2.4.0
kernel distribution:
[...]

Discussion

  • Jeff Garzik
    Jeff Garzik
    2001-06-03

    patch against 2.4.0

     
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  • Jeff Garzik
    Jeff Garzik
    2001-07-08

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