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Re: RTL8139 Cardbus
On Thu, 2002-07-04 at 14:42, David Rio wrote:
> On 4 Jul 2002, David Given wrote:
> > I recently bought a PCMCIA ethernet card, only to discover that it
> > wasn't supported by OpenBSD 3.0.
> Check this thread: Conceptronic SP100TCL pcmcia.
> I have a 8139 pccard working on my openbsd laptop. But as someone already
> told you, it is supported in -current.
Unfortunately, I don't run -current, I run 3.0, and upgrading appears to
be such a nightmare I'd rather not do it unless I really have to. I
suspect that running a 3.1 kernel on a 3.0 userland would be a recipe
for disaster. How hard would it be to backport the changes to 3.0? Are
there any good 'net resources on this kind of kernel development?
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