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SubjectHas anyone integrated the e1000 driver into the 2.4.x kernel
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I am working a project where I need to be able to compile the Intel
e1000 driver into a monolithic kernel, but the readme says that you can
only use the driver as a module. Is there some technical reason why
this driver cannot be compiled into the kernel instead of being used as
a module?

Tom S.

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