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    SubjectRe: tulip/-DMODVERSION bug in SMP kernel
    I had a similar problem, using a new LinkSys card purchased yesterday.
    The solution in my case, however, was to go static and also to
    download a replacement tulip.c from their web site.

    For what it's worth.

    P.S. Isn't it nice to actually see the word Linux on hardware
    vendor's sites?


    Terry 'Mongoose' Hendrix II wrote:
    >
    > switch:~$ uname --all
    > Linux switch 2.2.14 #24 SMP Wed Feb 16 10:57:47 EST 2000 i686 unknown
    >
    > When I had module versions enabled the tulip module won't load. I later
    > recompiled without it and it worked. Is module versions a known SMP
    > problem? Also when can I expect SMP with AMP? Thanks for the kernel.
    >
    > -- off topic --
    >
    > Is user mode kernel going to become a supported "arch" for linux?
    >
    > cheers,
    > Terry
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