t.moestl at tu-bs.de
Thu Aug 28 08:59:23 PDT 2003
On Thu, 2003/08/28 at 13:42:12 +0300, Maxim Mazurok wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 01:00:32PM +0300, Maxim Mazurok wrote:
> >rl(4) driver no work at 5.1-CURRENT from
> >*default release=cvs tag=. date=2003.08.22.00.00.00
> >my dmesg in attachemnt.
> >all segments inserted to true ethernet cards, but in kernel indexes of
> >ethernet cards is broken?
> >P.S. sorry for my bad english
> ops. i wrong.
> after recompile kernel width
> options OFW_NEWPCI
> my ethernet cards change numbers. rl0 ->rl3, rl1 -> rl0, rl2 -> rl1, rl3 ->
> you swapped scan of two bloks of pci slot.
> it's good.
> but i have one small problem :)
> rl cards in my system see any remote arp's only if i run 'tcpdump -n -i rl1'
> can you fix this?
That's very strange. So you cannot see them in tcpdump if you do not
put the interface in promiscuous mode (by using the -p argument to
tcpdump)? Can you receive broadcast packets (e.g. a broadcast ping) at
> and one more Q: you planned to commit this pathes (sio(4) and rl(4)) to CURRENT tree?
> if i cvsup sources width '*default release=cvs tag=.' your latest patch for
> sio(4) (sio-s64-20030822.diff) applied width errors. :)
I'll commit the rl fix after review. The sio patch is unlikely to get
committed, but Marcel's uart driver, which will hopefully hit the tree
soon, will take care of that.
Thomas Moestl <t.moestl at tu-bs.de> http://www.tu-bs.de/~y0015675/
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