On Thu, 19 Sep 2002 09:49, Michael Duane wrote:
> Who is the maintainer of CDCEther.c? I am having a problem
> with packets getting "wedged" somewhere on the way out
> and need to know if others have reported this problem.
Others have reported probems that normally look something like "it works fine
for some minutes to days, and then all connectivity stops, till I reboot or
re-insert the module", but I can't duplicate. Does this match your problem?
There are some races, but I can't explain the problem from them. I do need to
fix the races, but I only do this when I have some spare time (after work,
SO, and some other hobbies).
> I'm running the 2.4.17 kernel and using a Broadcom DOCSIS
> modem based around a 3345.
Most people have reported the problem with Via UHCI chipsets, and usb-uhci
driver. Does this match your configuration?
You might care to upgrade the kernel too.
http://conf.linux.org.au. 22-25Jan2003. Perth, Australia. Birds in Black.
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