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Re: 2 problems with up-to-date as of today kernel

From: Kenneth Culver <culverk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 5 Nov 2003 08:25:21 -0500

Quoting David Rhodus <drhodus@xxxxxxxxx>:

> On Nov 5, 2003, at 12:06 AM, Kenneth Culver wrote:
> > The first problem is in if_bge.c. Revision 1.7 breaks the driver. With
> > this
> > revision the card can't communicate at all with anything.
> Interesting, what does your pciconf -lv show ? It works fine for the
> card here
> I've got which is an older prism 2. Anyway for the time being I backed
> out
> the change as I'll round up a stack of cards tomorrow and do a little
> more
> testing.

oops, forgot to answer this. The card gets detected and a driver attached, but
it just won't send or receive anything. The card is a netgear GA302T.


> >
> > Second problem. I'm not sure when this started happening, but it was
> > recently.
> > Just do a /usr/local/linux-sun-jdk1.4.2/bin/java -version (assuming
> > you have it
> > installed) and watch it hang taking up 100% cpu. The cpu it's taking
> > is listed
> > as "system" in top though, and this command used to work fine (need it
> > to build
> > native java 1.4.1 and openoffice).
> Hum, the openoffice build is funny. It requires that the sun jdk be
> installed for the
> build process but does to actually run the jvm at anytime that matters.
> Hence
> I was just able to install openoffice but I don't have the linux
> emulation package
> installed.
> -DR

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