[eepro100] 82557 driver can drive 82559..?
atul srivastava" <email@example.com
Mon Sep 2 09:10:01 2002
>firmware change in a later chip caused them to take an
>just undocumented) amount of time.
> outl(0, ioaddr + SCBPointer);
> inl(ioaddr + SCBPointer); /* Flush to PCI. */
> udelay(10); /* Bogus, but it avoids the bug. */
> /* Note: these next two operations can take a while. */
> do_slow_command(dev, RxAddrLoad);
> do_slow_command(dev, CUCmdBase);
my query is that does above behaviour is indicated by
82559/82559er cards everwhere or it also depends on
which board these cards are inserted in..?
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