Uploaded Intrepid kernel linux_2.6.27-5.8

Paul Gupta paul at guptaxpn.com
Thu Oct 2 19:40:39 UTC 2008


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does this mean that it's not only blacklisted, but now not blacklisted
and working?!

sorry, is the new e1000e patch a "fix" or workaround?  does it allow
baisc functionality of the device?  is it "safe"

Thank You

Michael Haas wrote:
> Tim Gardner schrieb:
>> Note the ABI bump.
>>
>> This kernel is based on 2.6.27-rc8 plus the e1000e patch from Intel that
>> protects EEPROM (also referred to as NV RAM) from getting trashed. I've
>> also switched the config options to use the upstream e1000e driver as
>> opposed to the SourceForge version in ubuntu/e1000e.
>>
>> rtg
>>   
> 
> Any chance you could include the complete changelog in future mails?
> 
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