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SubjectPossibly wrong contact for e100 driver
Greetings,
in past few days, I've been trying to obtain certian information about
behavior of e100 NIC driver with my minipci card. My first hit was the
contact information mentioned in the header of e100.c, that is, "Linux
NICS <linux.nics@intel.com>".

I've sent in my mail, praying for reply. The first reply was automated
response, which suggested me eg. Win 3.11 install notes. After asking
tech support reply, the email from tech support, which arrived day
later, only told me that Intel doesn't distribute MiniPCI cards
directly, instead sells them to companies who distribute them. He also
suggested me to "for the best possible technical support and the latest
drivers for your MPCI hardware, please contact the manufacturer of your
PC".

Since I sent a rather technical question, and got such reply (and no
reply so far, when I asked for better support - contact on someone
closer to the actual driver, be it from Intel or not, politely), I
wonder whether the contact information is still up to date? If no, what
is the new contact information?

Thanks in advance.

- iSteve
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