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SubjectQuestion on new PCI architecture (2.4.x)

Hello,

I was just checking the driver changes needed to comply with the new PCI
architecture in 2.4.x, and then I got into a problem. I noticed that all
drivers that use this architecture (or at least the ones I found, such as
the Tulip, EEPro100, 3c59x ...) support boards with only one net_device
per board. What about boards with more than one net_device??

In my case, the driver supports one- and two-channel boards, and I don't
know how to remove a board that has two net_devices (since
pdev->driver_data can't contain two pointers!! ;).

Also, if anyone could give me pointers to documentation on this new PCI
architecture (sample src code would be great, real documentation, even
better!!), I'd really appreciate it.

Thanks in advance!

Regards,
Ivan

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