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SubjectRe: Persistent module storage [was Linux 2.4 Status / TODO page]
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> When I plug it in and modprobe is triggered to load the driver, a script then
> runs to feed the device appropriate configuration info. Since the driver only
> resets the hardware when it is given the correct configuration, there's no
> problem.

Thats another 100 lines of race prone network kernel code you dont need

> Hmm... define "identical". I take a laptop home, use a USB NIC to talk to my

Same Mac address or same serial number.
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