Subject: Re: Maestro driver working (was: Maestro 2E in FreeBSD 4.2 working)
To: Dr. Rene Hexel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bruno Flavio <email@example.com>
Date: 01/08/2001 12:51:57
Doh! I *should* really read the whole message! I think I may be so exicted
that I forgot to the last part. i got the other driver, and just re-compiled
my kernel, and I would like to add myself to mee too group!!
---- "Dr. Rene Hexel" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Bruno Flavio wrote:
> > As for the snapshot, well, that would mean hosing my -release, installing
> > that snapshot, and then downloding -current and upgrading..
> Sorry, I may not have been clear here: I wasn't talking about a NetBSD
> snapshot, but about the snapshot of the maestro driver. You downloaded
> `maestro-netbsd-20010107.tar.gz', which only works for -current. For
> -release, you need to download `maestro-netbsd-20010106.tar.gz' (that
> was what I was referring to with "20010107") as well.
> Now, if you already have applied the patches from
> `maestro-netbsd-20010107.tar.gz' (and are getting this `pci_intr_map()'
> failure), all you have to do is `cd /sys' and unpack
> `maestro-netbsd-20010106.tar.gz' there (over your NetBSD-release
> sources). Compiling should work then.
> Hope this helps.
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