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SubjectRe: Udev coldplugging loads 8139too driver instead of 8139cp

On Jan 29 2008 18:34, Jon Masters wrote:
>On Tue, 2008-01-29 at 03:46 +0300, Michael Tokarev wrote:
>> Udev in fact loads both - 8139cp and 8139too. The difference is the ORDER
>> in which it loads them - if for "cp-handled" hardware it first loads "too",
>> too will complain as above and will NOT claim the device. The same is
>> true for the opposite.
>> In short: NotABug, or ComplainToRealtec (but that's waaaay too late and
>> will not help anyway) ;)
>Nah. It's a "bug" insomuch as we don't handle multiple matching aliases
>very well, and it's becoming more common, so we probably should :)

Why not combine 8139cp.c and 8139too.c?

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