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Re: [linux-tr] Problems with Kernel 2.2.3ac-4 and TokenRing PC-Card
I did a bit of debugging on this myself. I too had a TP770 with Linux 2.2.x
(and that was *nice* machine, let me tell you) with the same problem. I
added some debug messages to the open routine in the PCMCIA ibmtr_cs.c. The
buffer length being sent was something ridiculously small, like 11 bytes or
something. It was very strange. My recommendation is to add some more
extensive debug messages in ibmtr_cs.c to see what those parameters passed
to the TR NIC are.
From: Paul Norton <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, March 23, 1999 10:54 AM
Subject: Re: [linux-tr] Problems with Kernel 2.2.3ac-4 and TokenRing PC-Card
>According to the reference manual, ret-code 34 means "Non-valid
>adapter transmit buffer length defined."
>Frank, could you send me all the tr0 messages in syslog when this