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SubjectRe: NE2000 Module Problem
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> The point here is that a PCI ne2000 is probable in a safe way. Normal
> NE2000 do not have a standard way to probe but a PCI one can be probe in a
> secure maner (A shell script can do it :-) ).
>
> So a ne2000 should accept to probe only for PCI and continue with the
> current (unfortunate but not too bad) state of affair (not probing when
> used as a module).

Ya, what he said :-) This is exactly the point I was trying to make,
though not nearly as eloquently or succintly.

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