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SubjectRE: find struct pci_dev from struct net_device
Just trying to repent by contributing something good back to the community

Actually, I'm using this exact code and in an open source project too (we
have those too you know).

-----Original Message-----
From: David Woodhouse []
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2001 12:42 PM
To: Hen, Shmulik
Cc: 'Sebastian Heidl';
Subject: Re: find struct pci_dev from struct net_device said:
> Take the value of dev->base_addr, mask it's lowest 4 bits, do a scan
> of all PCI net devices and in each PCI device try to match to each of
> the 6 address regs:

We have to assume this isn't a deliberate attempt to mislead, and that you
really do things like this in your own code.

I suspect that whatever chance there was of someone trying to help out some
poor user unfortunate or ignorant enough to use the binary-only modules that
you are working on has just bitten the dust.


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