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SubjectRe: Network init script causes 2.2.18 kernel oops (tulip driver)
Matthew Callaway wrote:

> Greetings,
>
> This is a reproducible oops, and my guess is that it's related to
> the tulip driver included in the 2.2.18 source tree. We're using
> a D-Link 4 port NIC, and it appears that it doesn't work well with
> IPV6 interfaces.

I have had problems with this NIC as well... Redhat's installer/kudzu
tries to use de4x5 (sp?) module ... bad news. But it works fine using
old_tulip module with only IPv4. Same with 2.2 series and 2.4 series
kernels. FYI

>
>
> Keywords: linux kernel-2.2.18 tulip D-Link 4-port NIC DFE-570 TX

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