cvs commit: src/etc devd.conf src/sys/modules
Makefilesrc/sys/modules/vge Makefile src/sys/dev/vge if_vge.c
if_vgereg.hif_vgevar.h src/sys/dev/mii ciphy.c ciphyreg.h
miidevssrc/sys/conf files src/sys/i386/conf GENERIC src/sys/pc98/conf ...
andre at freebsd.org
Fri Sep 10 14:38:53 PDT 2004
Bill Paul wrote:
> wpaul 2004-09-10 20:57:46 UTC
> FreeBSD src repository
> Modified files:
> etc devd.conf
> sys/modules Makefile
> sys/dev/mii miidevs
> sys/conf files
> sys/i386/conf GENERIC
> sys/pc98/conf GENERIC
> sys/amd64/conf GENERIC
> usr.sbin/sysinstall devices.c
> Added files:
> sys/modules/vge Makefile
> sys/dev/vge if_vge.c if_vgereg.h if_vgevar.h
> sys/dev/mii ciphy.c ciphyreg.h
> Add device driver support for the VIA Networking Technologies
> VT6122 gigabit ethernet chip and integrated 10/100/1000 copper PHY.
> The vge driver has been added to GENERIC for i386, pc98 and amd64,
> but not to sparc or ia64 since I don't have the ability to test
> it there. The vge(4) driver supports VLANs, checksum offload and
> jumbo frames.
You are my hero! I've got two of those cards (one 64bit PCI and one 32bit)
gathering dust. The kernel recompile is on the way...
How well designed is the VT6122? Is it good or more on the 'it works' side?
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