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    SubjectRe: Possibly wrong contact for e100 driver
    On 8/28/05, iSteve <isteve@rulez.cz> wrote:
    > 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?

    Try asking on netdev@vger.kernel.org. Or email the guys listed in
    MAINTAINERS for e100. Or check out the e1000 sourceforge project
    (which covers e100 and ixgb as well).

    Jason
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