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SubjectConflict between AT1500 and floppy?
I've been using an Allied Telesis AT-1500 ethernet card for a couple of
weeks, and today used the floppy drive for the first time since installing
the network card. Whenever both the network and floppy are active at the
same time, I get errors like this:

Sep 16 16:22:29 defenestration kernel: eth0: transmit timed out, status
007a, resetting.
Sep 16 16:22:29 defenestration kernel: Ring data dump: dirty_tx 294
cur_tx 295 (full) cur_rx 1527.
Sep 16 16:22:29 defenestration kernel: 83ff8018 0608 0040 83ff8620 0608
006a 83ff8c28 0608 0040 83ff9230 0608 006a
Sep 16 16:22:29 defenestration kernel: 83ff9838 0608 006a 83ff9e40 0608
0082 83ffa448 0608 0040 83ffaa50 0608 0040
Sep 16 16:22:29 defenestration kernel: 83ffb058 0608 0075 83ffb660 0608
0040 83ffbc68 0608 0040 83ffc270 0608 0040
Sep 16 16:22:29 defenestration kernel: 83ffc878 0608 0040 83ffce80 0608
0145 83ffd488 0608 00ca 83ffda90 0608 0040
Sep 16 16:22:29 defenestration kernel: 23000000 00ae 03ff 23000000 00a2
03b6 23000000 0052 023e 23000000 00ae 03ff
Sep 16 16:22:29 defenestration kernel: 23000000 00ae 023e 23000000 00ae
023e 83ff2448 00ae 0000 23000000 0052 023e
Sep 16 16:22:29 defenestration kernel: 23000000 002a 023e 23000000 002a
023e 23000000 0052 023e 23000000 0049 023e
Sep 16 16:22:29 defenestration kernel: 23000000 014f 03ff 23000000 00e9
023e 23000000 00ae 03ff 23000000 00ae 023e

This has never happened other than when the floppy is in use, but happens
consistently when the floppy is in use.

Here's the relevant info:
Pentium 100, 48M RAM.
Kernels 2.0.11 and 2.0.20

FDC 0 is a post-1991 82077

eth0: PCnet/ISA 79C960 at 0x300, 00 00 f4 a0 1b e9, probed IRQ 3, DMA 6.
lance.c:v1.09 Aug 20 1996 dplatt@3do.com, becker@cesdis.gsfc.nasa.gov

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Brian Wellington
(bwelling@tis.com)


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