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Subjectxirc2ps_cs driver timeouts/errors
My logs show the following:

xirc2ps_cs.c 1.31 1998/12/09 19:32:55 (dd9jn+kvh)
eth0: Xircom: port 0x300, irq 3, hwaddr 00:80:C7:1E:28:2A
eth0: MII link partner: 0021
eth0: MII selected
eth0: media 10BaseT, silicon revision 4
UDP: short packet: 137/58
NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth0: transmit timed out
eth0: transmit timed out
eth0: MII link partner: 0021
eth0: MII selected
eth0: media 10BaseT, silicon revision 4
NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth0: transmit timed out
eth0: transmit timed out
eth0: MII link partner: 0021
eth0: MII selected
eth0: media 10BaseT, silicon revision 4
UDP: short packet: 0/213
UDP: short packet: 0/58

Each time I get a transmit timeout, or UDP: short packet error,
networking on my laptop seems to go down. Reinsertion of the
card temporarily fixes it, and if I leave it long enough it
also fixes itself.

Hardware info:

Socket 0:
product info: "Xircom", "CreditCard 10/100", "CE3-10/100", "1.00"
manfid: 0x0105, 0x010a
function: 6 (network)

Socket 0:
Vcc 5.0V Vpp1 0.0V Vpp2 0.0V
interface type is "memory and I/O"
irq 3 [exclusive] [level]
function 0:
config base 0x0800
option 0x41 status 0x00
io 0x0300-0x030f [16bit]

Bus 0, device 3, function 0:
CardBus bridge: Texas Instruments PCI1225 (rev 1).
IRQ 11.
Master Capable. Latency=168. Min Gnt=192.Max Lat=5.
Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0x10000000 [0x10000fff].
Bus 0, device 3, function 1:
CardBus bridge: Texas Instruments PCI1225 (#2) (rev 1).
IRQ 11.
Master Capable. Latency=168. Min Gnt=192.Max Lat=5.
Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0x10001000 [0x10001fff].

Kernel is stock 2.4.1. If any more info is needed, let me know.
Please CC replies to me, as I'm not on the list.

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