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    Subject3COM 3C990 NIC
    Is anyone maintaining the 3C990 driver? I'm using the code from 3COM and
    it doesn't look like it's been kept up to date with the various kernel
    changes. I'm also using the latest Red Hat kernel in case it matters.

    When compiling with SMP support, I'm getting the following errors during
    a depmod -ae

    depmod: *** Unresolved symbols in
    depmod: pci_write_config_byte
    depmod: eth_type_trans
    depmod: __wake_up
    depmod: __kfree_skb
    depmod: alloc_skb
    depmod: init_etherdev
    depmod: kmalloc
    depmod: pci_free_consistent
    depmod: pci_find_class
    depmod: pci_read_config_byte
    depmod: cpu_raise_softirq
    depmod: free_irq
    depmod: unregister_netdev
    depmod: __out_of_line_bug
    depmod: iounmap
    depmod: pci_alloc_consistent
    depmod: interruptible_sleep_on_timeout
    depmod: __ioremap
    depmod: pci_read_config_word
    depmod: kfree
    depmod: request_irq
    depmod: netif_rx
    depmod: skb_over_panic
    depmod: jiffies
    depmod: softnet_data
    depmod: printk
    depmod: __const_udelay

    I get no problems in the single processor compile & depmod. Can these be
    safely ignored? The SMP #define simply includes the spinlock stuff.

    #ifdef SMP
    #include <linux/spinlock.h>
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