Re: e100: checksum mismatch on 82551ER rev10
From: Anton Blanchard
Date: Sun Aug 06 2006 - 16:32:48 EST
> If the EEPROM has a broken checksum, the user should have an option
> that allows him to try and use the device anyways, end of story.
Ive come across this problem a number of times on e1000 chips (to be
clear it was vendor programming issues).
The driver has the option to read and write the EEPROM already. All we
need is the ability for the driver to hang around so that we can use
ethtool to fix it.
At the moment we carry an out of tree patch to do this.
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