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SubjectRe: xirc2ps_cs driver timeouts/errors
A few minutes ago, I got the following:
Feb 3 13:09:10 pea kernel: UDP: short packet: 0/58

.. and the driver hung. I had to reinsert the card to get
networking back. This is after 10 hours of uptime, using
the patch i sent previously against 2.4.1's xirc2ps_cs.
So the answer is, yes, it happens w/ 3.1.24's driver. Any
suggestions?

On Fri, Feb 02, 2001 at 09:20:40PM -0800, David Hinds wrote:
>
> On Fri, Feb 02, 2001 at 11:54:31PM -0500, dilinger@mp3revolution.net wrote:
> >
> > 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.
>
> Does the same happen with a 2.2 kernel and the 3.1.24 PCMCIA drivers?
> There is a bug fix in the 3.1.24 xirc2ps_cs driver that hasn't been
> merged into the kernel tree yet.
>
> -- Dave

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