On Thu, Mar 07, 2002 at 03:02:57PM +0000, Niall O Broin mentioned:
> However, I got 2.4.18 last night and that has cured the sshd weirdness
> (sshing into the box killed it dead, leaving keyboard LEDs flashing) and I'm
> putting that down to NIC drivers - this box has dual integrated Intel EEpro
> 100 and this chipset has issues, to say the least of it. Intel have released
> a driver which seems more solid (at least in the past) than the stock kernel
> one but they've issued it under some arse of alicense which means that it
> can't be included in the mainstream kernel.
Well, it's a BSD licence...not that bad...
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