DragonFly 2.0 (almost) works on D945GCLF/Intel Atom

Edward O'Callaghan victoredwardocallaghan at gmail.com
Mon Sep 29 14:11:34 PDT 2008

OK fair play Matt,
Anything I can help with ask away ..
Best Regards,

2008/9/30 Matthew Dillon <dillon at apollo.backplane.com>:
> :That's a total hack ! :/
> :
> :...
> :slightly modified version of the 8101E. For all intents and purposes,
> :the chips are the same, except for Hardware Checksum support. The old
> :initialization support for hwcksum isn't the same register, and was
> :either removed (because it's a slow NIC) or changed.
> :It would be better the contact the HW manufacture and find out the
> :correct register. I had this same problem in OpenSolaris but its fixed
> :in snv_99 I believe. So you could check our code.
> :http://bugs.opensolaris.org/view_bug.do?bug_id=6717107
> :http://src.opensolaris.org/source/
> :
> :Thanks,
> :Edward O'Callaghan.
>    Awesome history, Edward!  That sheds light on it for sure.  I'm sure
>    Sephe will find it useful.
>    I'm going to let Sephe take it from here.  My involvement is primarily
>    just to get things booting and at least the basics working.
>                                                -Matt

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