[PATCH 0/3] NE2000 driver updates
Jeff Muizelaar (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 01 Apr 2003 13:32:28 -0500
The first two patches are retransmits of the original PnP api patches
updated to apply to a current tree.
The third patch is more of an RFC. It consolidates the creation/removal
of the driver between the PnP code and the plain ISA code.
In doing so it changes the net_device allocation from static to dynamic
and allows PnP support when the driver is compiled in.
This is probably how things will eventually have to be if there is ever
driver model support for plain ISA devices.
It appears that the patch will break any autoprobe ordering because it
no longer uses Space.c when compiled into the kernel.
Data size of object goes up about 100 bytes.
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