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SubjectRe: Kernel halts rock solid on assigning ip (ne2k-pci)
Aschwin van der Woude wrote:
>
> I have a problem with a network-driver.
> The ne2k-pci modules loads fine, no problem at all. Everything works
> like a sunshine.
> But as soon as I try to assign an IP-adress the whole system halts
> rock-solid, the magic sysrq combinations don't even work anymore.
>
> I am not sure if this is due to an IRQ-conflict. But I do know it all
> happens to work perfectly fine with 2.4.0-test10. This happens on both
> 2.4.0-prerelease and the 2.4.0-kernel.
>
> I attached some info about my configuration. I hope you/somebody can
> help me solve this, I am eager to start using 2.4.0.
> So far I have been very happy using 2.4.0-test10.

The test11 patch has the ne2k-pci changes for FD support, and the
test12 patch has the Tx timeout relocation in 8390 (which ne2k-pci
uses). Can you see which one of those (if either) causes the
breakage? You should be able to put the 8390.c and ne2k-pci.c
from test10 directly into 2.4.0 proper (one at a time and then
both if required) to see which (if either) is responsible.

Thanks,
Paul.


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