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Re: GENERIC vs custom kernel oddities in pre2.4
> -ep1 at pcmcia0 function 0 port 0x360-0x36f: 3com 3c589 10Mbps Ethernet,
> address 00:60:97:89:e1:e4, utp/aui/bnc (default utp)
> +ep0 at pcmcia0 function 0 port 0x200-0x20f: 3com 3c589 10Mbps Ethernet,
> address 00:60:97:89:e1:e4, wrote 2047 to TX_AVAIL_THRESH, read back 61680.
> Interface disabled
Working on this.
Can you supply the full dmesg output using option PCMCIAVERBOSE and
> Clearly, in the course of doing probes for all sorts of other devices, the
> GENERIC kernel manages NOT to think the item at 0x200 is a 3com card or
> something else gets kicked so the 3com shows up at 0x360 instead. I find it
> *VERY* interesting that the only NIC card in this laptop shows up as ep1
> instead of ep0 when using the GENERIC kernel. It's as if a 'stub' ep device
> was found on some other bus.
Showing ep1 using GENERIC is fine.
Soon you will meet the dark side of OpenBSD.