The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System, Second Edition
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    1 
    2 This is my implementation of a new network task 
    3 for the Minix kernel.  I did it initially to handle
    4 a 3c501 board (Etherlink), but those board are so
    5 unstable that it is not worth using them except for
    6 learning how to implement a driver.  When I got a
    7 3c509b board (Etherlink III) it was easier to
    8 write the code to handle them.  
    9 
   10 The Minix code in 'dp8390.c' is too specific for the
   11 National chip set, so what I did was to remove as 
   12 much as I needed of the code dependant from the chip
   13 and produce a generic task that, I hope, will be able
   14 to handle many more cards.
   15 
   16 $Log: README,v $
   17 Revision 1.1  2005/06/29 10:16:46  beng
   18 Import of dpeth 3c501/3c509b/.. ethernet driver by
   19 Giovanni Falzoni <fgalzoni@inwind.it>.
   20 
   21 Revision 1.3  2004/04/14 12:49:07  lsodgf0
   22 Changes for porting to Minix 2.0.4 run on BOCHS
   23 
   24 Revision 1.2  2002/03/25 14:16:09  lsodgf0
   25 The driver for the NEx000 has been rewritten to be
   26 operational with the ACCTON 18xx (an NE1000 clone)
   27 The I/O routines for 16 bit cards are still untested..
   28 
   29 Revision 1.1  2002/02/09 09:35:09  lsodgf0
   30 Initial revision
   31 The package is not fully tested, i.e. I had only 3Com
   32 boards (3c501, 3c503, 3c503/16 and 3c509b) and WD8003.
   33 I got also a NE1000 clone but it was not fully
   34 operational and I could not appreciate the results.
   35 For this reason the changes done to the interface
   36 to I/O for 8 and 16 bits are not tested.
   37   
   38 $Id: README,v 1.1 2005/06/29 10:16:46 beng Exp $

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