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    SubjectRe: bnx2 dirver's firmware images
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    On Tuesday 18 September 2007 19:45, Michael Chan wrote:
    > We can compress all the different sections of the firmware. Currently,
    > we only compress the biggest chunks and the rest are uncompressed.

    > These zeros should compress to almost nothing. But I agree that the
    > firmware is still big.

    You don't need to store and fetch zeros at all. You *know* that
    they are zeros, right? So do this:

    - REG_WR_IND(bp, offset, fw->bss[j]);
    + REG_WR_IND(bp, offset, 0);

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