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    SubjectRe: 2.3.30 net_init.c Token Ring Bug -Reply
    On Wed, 8 Dec 1999, Alan Cox wrote:

    > > I'm also compiling up 2.3.30 on my trust 486/50 to test ibmtr and see what =
    > > the recently reported problem is.
    >
    > I have a patch for this but no network to test it.

    I use an olympic card, but still have the older card - below is the result
    of modprobe -k ibmtr... If this what your patch fixes, I can attempt it ;-}


    Dec 8 13:40:37 badlands kernel: ibmtr.c: v1.3.57 8/ 7/94 Peter De Schrijver and Mark Swanson
    Dec 8 13:40:37 badlands kernel: v2.1.125 10/20/98 Paul Norton <pnorton@ieee.org>
    Dec 8 13:40:37 badlands kernel: v2.2.0 12/30/98 Joel Sloan <jjs@c-me.com>
    Dec 8 13:40:37 badlands kernel: tr1: ISA 16/4 Adapter/A (short) | 16/4 ISA-16 Adapter found
    Dec 8 13:40:37 badlands kernel: tr1: using irq 9, PIOaddr a20, 16K shared RAM.
    Dec 8 13:40:37 badlands kernel: tr1: Hardware address : 08:00:5A:49:3C:D6
    Dec 8 13:40:37 badlands kernel: tr1: Maximum MTU 16Mbps: 4056, 4Mbps: 4568
    Dec 8 13:40:37 badlands kernel: io mapaddr 0xcde28 not valid at ibmtr.c:1352!
    Dec 8 13:40:37 badlands kernel: io mapaddr 0xcde48 not valid at ibmtr.c:1367!
    Dec 8 13:40:40 badlands kernel: io mapaddr 0xcde28 not valid at ibmtr.c:902!
    Dec 8 13:40:40 badlands kernel: io mapaddr 0xcde00 not valid at ibmtr.c:1281!
    Dec 8 13:40:40 badlands kernel: io mapaddr 0xcde02 not valid at ibmtr.c:1285!
    Dec 8 13:40:40 badlands kernel: io mapaddr 0xd3fcc not valid at ibmtr.c:1301!
    Dec 8 13:40:40 badlands kernel: io mapaddr 0xd3fc5 not valid at ibmtr.c:1310!
    Dec 8 13:40:40 badlands kernel: tr1: Initial interrupt : 16 Mbps, shared RAM base 000d0000.
    ...
    Dec 8 13:40:40 badlands kernel: tr1: Ring broken/disconnected, open failed.

    --
    Rick Nelson
    C:\WINDOWS C:\WINDOWS\GO C:\PC\CRAWL


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