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    SubjectRe: QUESTION: Network hangs with BP6 and 2.4.x kernels, hardwarerelated?
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    > WITH. patched 8390.c, patched apic.c, sock io_apic.c. My very strong
    > feeling is that this will be a stable combination, and that this is what
    > we want as a final solution.

    If you do that please #ifdef SMP all the changes. Its impossible to use a modem
    and an ne2K together on a typical PC otherwise. The copy from the NE2K with
    irq disabled is just _SO_ slow you drop bytes continually.

    I did all the horrible magic in the ne2k driver for a reason. The other
    alternative is to provide a way to force the system back out of apic mode
    so the ne2K driver can do a

    goodbye_apic_crap()

    type call

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