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Re: [Xen-devel] issues getting more than 16M ram to be used without oopsing. 1.2 and 1.3-unstable

That did it. :) 3c59x can be listed as "working, partially tested"

Thank you VERY much. :) Now I have 3 more cards that I can use with Xen.

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Keir Fraser said:
>> Sounds great! I'll drop in the Intel then.
>> The latest fixes that you posted are still showing memory corruption
>> symptoms. Different point again, so the driver is probably just being
>> really naughty in how it's using things. 8-P
> Actually, I think that my fix was broken -- can you try:
>  http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~kaf24/xen.gz
> (The same xenolinux.gz as before will work okay).
> Just for safety's sake, the md5sum of the xen.gz file should be
> 32971f4737c8e1f853086a60dd0f92c2
> If this still doesn't work, but your Intel card does work, then I
> think that we'll ignore this bug. :-)
>  -- Keir

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