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SubjectRe: 3C905b partial lockup in 2.4.5-pre5 and up to 2.4.6-pre1

I have, as was suggested, built as a module, and get unresolved symbol do_softirq, so
this appears to be another problem in this driver with 2.4.6-pre2. If I can help in any
way, please let me know, although I am by no means a programmer, just a tester.
Thanks.

Glenn C. Hofmann


On 10 Jun 2001, at 17:53 David S. Miller wrote:

>
> Jeff Garzik writes:
> > > [note I've not found anything in 2.4.5 where netif_carrier_ok prevents
> > > the net layers queueing packets for an interface, and forwarding them
> > > on for transmission].
> >
> > we want netif_carrier_{on,off} to emit netlink messages. I don't know
> > how DaveM would feel about such getting implemented in 2.4.x though,
> > even if well tested.
>
> If someone sent me patches which did this (and minded the
> restrictions, if any, this adds to the execution contexts in
> which the carrier on/off stuff can be invoked) I would consider
> the patch seriously for 2.4.x
>
> Later,
> David S. Miller
> davem@redhat.com
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