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SubjectRe: DFE-580TX problems you posted on 05-24-02
Ryan S. Upton wrote:
> I apologise for this imposition. I'm sending you mail that only asks for help. I was hoping you found a solution to the problems you were seeing about the Dlink DEF-580tx. I say the message you sent into kernel.org.
>
> http://www.uwsg.iu.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/0205.3/0013.html
>
> I've been looking for three days for a solution to the same problems iyou described. I am seeing these with a newly compiled 2.4.18 kernel. Have you had any success since May?
>
> Thanks,
> -R
>

I'm CC'ing LMKL in hopes that this gets in the search engines so that I
quit getting 5 of these mails a day :)

The fix for the DFE-580tx in Linux is to either download the driver
from dlink's site (I don't have the exact URL, but you can find it if
you look.), or perhaps use Becker's latest driver from www.scyld.com.

I hear the kernel will be updated with a working driver very soon (maybe
it has already??)

Thanks,
Ben


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