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SubjectRe: eepro100 driver update for 2.4
Ion Badulescu wrote:

> The fact that apparently only the people using 82559 chips are seeing this
> seems to confirm my analysis above.
> If you could try the attached patch (and maybe pass it onto the other
> people who are experiencing this problem), that would be great.

> + /* disable advertising the flow-control capability */
> + sp->advertising &= ~0x0400;
> + mdio_write(ioaddr, sp->phy[0] & 0x1f, sp->advertising);

missing a 4 here?

I've tried the patch putting a 4 in the place noted above. It doesn't
help with the issue at all. Also interesting is the fact that my kernel
hangs upon bootup around starting syslogd/klogd or around setting up the
NIC (haven't quite figured out), if I pull the network plug and continues
when I plug it back in.

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