OOPS on modprobe 3c2000

Zach Wilkinson zachw at termdex.com
Sat Nov 8 02:27:22 UTC 2003

Tried tg3; no go.  Said no device installed.
Also, this is a 3c940 LOM "LAN on motherboard" chipset.  From looking at
3Com's website I get the feeling that this chip is the OEM version of
the 3c2000-T card.  Does that card use tg3?  I sorta think no.


On Fri, 2003-11-07 at 17:05, Xose Vazquez Perez wrote:
> Alexandre Oliva wrote:
> > On Nov  7, 2003, "Zach Wilkinson" <zachw at termdex.com> wrote:
> >>CD includes linux driver in source and instructions on building;
> >>http://www.asus.com/pub/ASUS/lan/3com/3c940/044_Linux.zip .
> >>Call Trace:   [<c0216021>] rtnetlink_fill_ifinfo [kernel] 0x381 (0xcddbfcac)
> >>[<c0216152>] rtnetlink_dump_ifinfo [kernel] 0x72 (0xcddbfce4)
> > Looks like a bug in their module, or at least some incompatibility.  I
> > suppose you should contact ASUS support and at least let them know
> > there is such a problem.  Maybe they even have a solution already?
> 3C940 works with *tg3* driver, it's BCM-5701 board.
> Forget Asus and 3com drivers, they are very old and bad maintained.
> bcm5700 driver will work too, but it's very uuuuugly.
> in short: -> tg3 <-

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