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Re: em driver support
* STeve Andre' <email@example.com> [2004-02-14 20:50]:
> Remember that sometimes the documentation can be a little out
> of sync. OpenBSD has very good documentation but it isn't
> perfect. I thought that a lot of em cards were supported by
> 3.4, with more being added later.
as I said before: I can tell you which intel gigE _chips_ we support.
I am completely unable to tell you what intel gigE _cards_ we support.
aside from the fact that intel seems to sell pretty much everything
that speaks gigE as "Pro 1000/MT". the PWLA numbers might give you a
hint, but then we don't really know which ones we support...
we pretty much support every intel gigE, as far as i know.
we get the driver from freebsd.
the copyright on it might give you a hint...
Copyright (c) 2001-2003, Intel Corporation
we sync regularily.
intel adds their new chips regularily.
I have no idea how theu chip names correlate to the card's marketing
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