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SubjectRe: EM8400/8401 support?
> As Sigma designs do not release specs nor sourcecode there is no open
> source driver available and I am not aware of any non-official efforts to
> produce drivers.

strange...
I found a package called NetStream2000-0.2.047.1.tar.gz with these drivers
with source on Sigma's site. I also found tech spec on the EM840[01] open
on their sites, although the document was marked 'confidential'.

> If you want the em8300 chip then have a look at http://dxr3.sf.net/ where
> you can find the inofficial Linux GPL drivers for the Sigma designs
> Realmagic Hollywood+ and Creative dxr3 cards (which are the same).
>
> HTH,
>
> Anton
>
> At 16:12 31/10/01, Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk wrote:
> >hi
> >
> >Are there currently any official kernel support for the Sigma 8400/8401
> >chips?
> >I need this...
> >
> >Please cc: to me as I'm not on the list
> >
> >roy
> >
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