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SubjectRe: NE2000 Module Problem (Try this patch)
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> I have made this patch to drivers/net/ne.c on linux 2.0.18. I don't have a
> ne2000 PCI adaptor (Only one on a server I can't reboot :-( ). The change
> is simply to remove the dangerous probing from ne_probe() when compiled as
> a module and let the module try to probe. If it is PCI, it will try. If it
> fails to locate a PCI adaptor (ne2000), then it will print a message.
>
> Anyone cares to try it. All I can say is that my ISA adaptor compiled as a
> module still works! If it works, maybe it should be sent to Paul
> (maintainer of this module I think). I don't think he has one adaptor like
> this anyway.

I re-seated the ethernet card; I had been inside the case earlier
in the day to upgrade a modem's firmware, and I guess the card got
jostled a bit :-(

Anyways. My RTK8029 card works now :-)

I like the patch too. Package it and ship it :-)

Would somebody make sure that RTK8029 support is clearly listed
in the docs! I've already seen a bunch of messages on this topic
on USENET.

Thanks.

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