sio(4) driver

Thomas Moestl t.moestl at
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:
> >ohh.
> >rl(4) driver no work at 5.1-CURRENT from 
> >*default release=cvs tag=. date=2003.
> >
> >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 ->
> rl2.
> 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

Thomas Moestl <t.moestl at>
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