Subject: Re: "de" versus "tlp" for DEC TULIP Ethernet
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From: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
Date: 07/19/2001 17:50:29
[ On Thursday, July 19, 2001 at 13:45:51 (-0700), Erik E. Fair wrote: ]
> Subject: "de" versus "tlp" for DEC TULIP Ethernet
> Are there still things that the "de" driver does for the honest to
> god DEC TULIP chips that the "tlp" driver doesn't? If not, isn't it
> time to deprecate the "de" driver, and make the TULIP matching
> #ifdefs in "tlp" default on?
Also, is "tlp" as fast as "de"?
I didn't think too much about it earlier, but it just so happens I'm
using "de" in my PPro-200 server (because, I guess, I'm running a
GENERIC kernel on it). It's the fastest card I've got.
Greg A. Woods
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