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SubjectRe: Realtek (VAIO laptop NIC) issue.
Ben Greear wrote:
>
> When I do a warm reboot of my VAIO laptop, my realtek builtin NIC will not
> function (it sees received pkts, but can't seem to send anything).
>
> A cold boot fixes it. An rmmod/insmod does not. Not a horribly
> big deal, but I thought I'd let you all know! I was using 2.4.12-pre5
> I believe...

I assume by RealTek you mean 8139. Please provide "lspci" or "dmesg" or
-something- other than "my realtek builtin NIC."

Can you try the latest 8139too.c from gkernel CVS?
(http://sf.net/projects/gkernel/ checkout module "linux_2_4")

Does enabling CONFIG_8139TOO_PIO change things?

Can you get any output when enabling RTL8139_DEBUG?

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