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Date:	Sat, 04 Aug 2007 18:24:06 +0200
From:	Erik Slagter <>
To:	David Hollis <>
Subject: Re: Linksys Gigabit USB2.0 adapter (asix) regression

David Hollis wrote:

>> They are either garbled are they are not passed on the wire. The
>> transmitted packets are shown by tshark, but a tshark run on "the other
>> end of the line" does not show them.
>> Platform is indeed x86, to be precise: fedora 7, kernel 2.6.22-rc6, cpu
>> pentium M, dell laptop inspiron 9300, ICH6.
>> If you want me to test something please yell, it's no trouble at all to
>> change a few lines in the driver's source and recompile the module.
> Could you send me a complete dmesg dump when the driver is compiled with
> DEBUG enabled (at least from then usb logs that the device was inserted
> to the end).  I'll need to see what it reports the values of the
> registers.

Please see attachment.

> Have you tried using the F7 2.6.22 kernel?  I know that has worked fine
> for me on my system.

I tried vanilla 2.6.22 and now 2.6.23-rc1

>> Please note I cannot send mail to you: "(conversation with
>>[] timed out while sending MAIL FROM)"
> I've fixed that issue so my mail delivery isn't sporadic.

I still got it last week.

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