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SubjectRe: effect of pci_unregister_driver
mdaljeet@in.ibm.com wrote:
> If I have two identical network cards on my machine and I unregister the
> driver of one
> of them (say eth0) using the call "pci_unregister_driver(pdev->driver)"
> where pdev is
> the 'pci_dev' structure for eth0, does the device 'eth1' i.e. the other one
> gets effected by
> this.

No.

Jeff



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