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SubjectRe: dell inspiron 8000 eepro100 problems

--- Arjan van de Ven <arjanv@redhat.com> wrote:
> Matt_Domsch@Dell.com wrote:
> >
> > > i'm using 2.4.9 and have had a problem since 2.2
> > > kernels along with all versions of 2.4. i am
> having a
> > > problem with 2 laptops, both are dell inspiron
> 8000
> > > that have intel 82557 mini-pci nic in them. i
> get no
> >
> > <Not official support>
> >
> > Is the "sleep mode bit" set on the NIC? Please
> try Donald Becker's
> > eepro100-diag.c program, located at
> > ftp://ftp.scyld.com/pub/diag/eepro100-diag.c, and
> use the -G -w -w -w flags
> > to clear that bit if running it first says that
> the sleep bit is enabled.
> > This may help.

i tried this last night - still same problem (sleep
was enabled originally)

>
> It won't for the suspend case; the bios just forgets
> to re-enable the
> PCI bridge to and the eepro100 card itself during
> resume. I have a patch
> to work around this and will clean it up enough for
> it to be acceptable
> for the mainstream kernel.

just to note i don't suspend when this happens (or
ever really).

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