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SubjectRe: [linux-usb-devel] New, yet unsupported USB-Ethernet adaptor

> > I bought an USB-Ethernet adaptor from delock ( and found it was
> > not supported by linux from the vendor. So I played a little with lsusb and
> > found it uses a MCS7830 chip from MosChip semiconductor ( On
> > their homepage I found a driver but it only was a precompiled Fedora4 module.
> > So I wrote them an email and they sent me the whole source code for the
> > module...
> >
> > Would be nice to see this supported in further kernel releases.
> > The sourcecode can be found at
> Was it you who removed the copyrights from the "usbnet" driver and
> changed the author assertion to one "M Subrahmanya Srihdar" ??
> I'm guessing the latter; the site implies that
> its engineering HW is in India.
> Either way, blatant plagiarism and theft of copyright is unlikely
> to get into upstream kernels.

Well, I suspect that poor soul did not know what (s)he was doing. They
are clearly trying to do the right thing... just paste back original
copyrights and be done with it.
Thanks, Sharp!
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