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SubjectRe: 2.1.61-davem fixes and breaks
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James Lewis Nance <jlnance@sailboat.acs.uncwil.edu> writes:

> Hi All,
> I am happy to report that the davem version of 2.1.61 has fixed
> the problems I reported with the stock 2.1.61. Specifically, hdparm
> can put the disk into DMA mode again, and I get the CPU identified
> as an i586 rather than an iE86. I have not yet tried to boot this
> kernel w/o Cyrix processor support, so I don't know if that works
> or not.
> Unfortunatly PPP does not seem to work anymore. Here is what
> I get in my logfile:

You need an updated pppd from
ftp.firstfloor.org:/pub/ak/ppp-2.2.0f-4.i386.rpm The patch is in
ftp.firstfloor.org:/pub/ak/ppp-2.2.0f-nodevrt

> Nov 5 06:52:30 Bessie pppd[245]: Serial connection established.
> Nov 5 06:52:31 Bessie pppd[245]: Using interface ppp0
> Nov 5 06:52:31 Bessie pppd[245]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/cua2
> Nov 5 06:52:32 Bessie pppd[245]: Remote message: Pass Authentication
> Nov 5 06:52:32 Bessie pppd[245]: local IP address 12.69.36.165
> Nov 5 06:52:32 Bessie pppd[245]: remote IP address 12.69.36.1
> Nov 5 06:52:32 Bessie pppd[245]: ioctl(SIOCADDRT) device route: Network is downNov 5 06:52:32 Bessie pppd[245]: LCP terminated at peer's request

This route is wrong (because it tries to add a route to a down device).
That's a pppd bug that's uncovered by the new routing code.
My patch fixes this.

-Andi

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