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SubjectRe: 2.2.19: eepro100 and cmd_wait issues
Ken Brownfield wrote:

> OT: does anyone know what the current state of the Tulip driver is and
> if there is good hardware out there? SMC left Tulip and went through at
> least two other chipsets, so the only Tulip card I could find as of a
> couple of years ago was Digital's. But it was astonishingly expensive
> and not clearly supported by the Linux driver.

The current state seems to be 'BUSTED', at least for the cards
that I am trying (ZNYX 4-port, D-LINK 4-port). (I'm using the 2.4
drivers, btw.)

However, I'm hoping that it will be fixed soon, because the D-LINK
4-port is very cheap compared to other 4-ports out there, and in fact
I haven't found a 4-port card that is NOT tulip based (please let
me know if you have 4-port suggestions!)

Other than one really old EEPRO card I have, the EEPRO cards seem to be
very stable, fast, and feature-complete.

Ben

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