You might wish to use FTP to transfer the driver source code from cesdis. Support Mailing list Support for the EEPro driver is handled through the mailing list linux-eepro beowulf. This driver will also work with the following boards: This driver status is now in “full release” for the x86 and Alpha architecture with kernel versions 2. No driver is planned for the long-obsolete i chip.
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# – ethdetect: looks for eepro kernel module instead of e – Debian Bug report logs
This driver status is now in “full release” for the x86 and Alpha architecture with kernel versions 2. In most cases no transceiver override option need be set. This driver will work only with PCI cards. This driver does not support kernels earlier than 2.
Syntax errors during compile If you get syntax errors during the compile, your web browser or this web server’s MIME-types table is likely broken. There is no simple modification to make it so. To subscribe, send a message with the contents “subscribe” or “unsubscribe” to linux-eeprorequest beowulf.
A good way to do this is: Try transferring the driver using FTP to cesdis. You might wish to use FTP to transfer the driver source code from cesdis. Some web browsers will corrupt the driver source code when transferring via HTTP.
C source code files should be transferred as raw text, not interpreted as HTML source.
It is reported to be stable, with the following known operational errata: Most Intel CardBus cards use the i chip and need the Tulip driver. Only limited testing has been done with other e.
[15/16] test/qgraph: eepro test node – Patchwork
That probably means you didn’t use the compile command at the bottom of the source as instructed above. Please send the output of the relevant program when reporting a problem. Do not force the transceiver setting unless it is required for your network environment. The older Edpro100 cards using the i chip will not work with this driver.
e100 vs eepro100
No driver is planned for the long-obsolete i chip. Support Mailing list Support for the EEPro driver is handled through the mailing list linux-eepro beowulf.
As of Octoberthere is no known driver development for the A boards. A transceiver report and setup program is available from cesdis.
CONFIG_EEPRO100: EtherExpressPro/100 support (eepro100, original Becker driver)
The option flags are passed as follows when loading the driver as a module insmod eepro I have no plans to write a driver for the ancient A, or documentation to do so.
Please don’t write to ask about it.
This driver will also work with the following boards: See the top of the driver source code for details. Your system isn’t using “module versions”. A notable exception is when connecting to a older ethernet switch that operates in full-duplex mode but does not do NWay autonegotation.
Instruction for both programs are at http: The driver options flags are recognized: Hex Decimal Meaning 0x10 16 Force Full-Duplex operation must be used with 0x20 or 0x40 0x20 32 Force mbps-only operation 0x40 64 Force 10mbps-only Add the above decimal values to get the complete option setting.