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SubjectRe: need contact of via-rhine developers
> this driver seems to work for the vt6103 in patch-2.4.20-pre2-ac3.

okay, it seems that some code that restarts a hung chip has been

> with 2.4.18 it would die after about 2mb of data transferred and not
> recover.

aha? I see stalls occuring frequently too, but earlier than 2mb. the
card is then resetted by "NETDEV WATCHDOG", which appears in dmesg,
and you'll also see a "transmit timeout eth0" (or something similar).
so, if the patch is for a chip that does not recover, I guess it
will not address this problem then (because the netdev-watchdog restarts
the chip which *does* recover then).

my concern is that both vt6102 and vt6103 have been assigned the same
pci-device-id by via. I dont think that the via-rhine driver does
differ the two chips and treats the 6103 as a 6102.

also, on, there are no chip-specs, as
opposed to the 6102 and 6105-directory. I've just mailed to, I hope they will put up the missing specs.

do you know of any other sources of specs beside


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