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    SubjectRe: 3c59x gives HWaddr FF:FF:...
    "J.A. Magallon" <jamagallon@able.es> wrote:
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    > > Please take the 2.4.20 3c59x.c and place that into the 2.5 tree and confirm
    > > that it does the same thing (it will).
    > >
    >
    > Hum, I suppose you want to say take the _2.5_ one and put into my _2.4_ tree ?

    No, I didn't mean that. But you can do that too.

    > Some previous answer also talked about a more recent version in -ac.
    > (btw, can 2.5 be useful for something ? does not the driver depend on a new
    > arch of, for example, the PCI layer ? )

    The netdevice interface hasn't been broken yet ;) 2.4 drivers (or at least
    3c59x.c) still work OK in the 2.5 tree.


    > > Then try disabling APCI and/or otherwise fiddling with your power management
    > > options (maybe in BIOS too).
    > >
    >
    > I don't build ACPI, just APM power-off (SMP box).

    Oh, OK.

    As I say, it it probably power-management related. Try enabling ACPI. Try
    disabling APM. Try altering the BIOS settings.

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