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SubjectRe: OpenBSD driver for nforce-based ethernetcards.
On Mon, Feb 13, 2006 at 09:24:56AM +0059, Han Boetes wrote:
> Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 09:24:56 +0059
> From: Han Boetes <>
> To:
> Subject: OpenBSD driver for nforce-based ethernetcards.
> Hi,
> I just read this announcement on a well known OpenBSD forum:
> So if anyone is interested in writing a driver for Linux for the
> nvidia ethernet cards: That's a nice place to start.

Quick browse of the forum:

Re: testers required for NVIDIA Ethernet driver (mod 2/4)
by Anonymous Coward (IP on Mon Feb 6 21:31:33 2006 (GMT)

How much of this is based on the reverse engineered Linux driver for

Re: testers required for NVIDIA Ethernet driver (mod 11/11)
by jsg (IP on Mon Feb 6 22:39:51 2006 (GMT)

It was consulted for register offsets and semantics if we weren't sure
what was supposed to happen. If you look at the code you'll see our
driver is a hell of a lot easier on the eyes and like half the size.

So yes, perhaps 'forcedeth' driver would use some heavy handed
cleanup, but it does not mean it does not exist...

> The sourcecode can be found over here:
> Under the name if_nfe*
> # Han

/Matti Aarnio
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