|To:||"Matthew Dharm" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Linux-MIPS" <email@example.com>|
|Subject:||Re: Is this a toolchain bug?|
|From:||Kevin Paul Herbert <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Mon, 25 Feb 2002 10:36:09 -0800|
At 5:57 PM -0800 2/22/02, Matthew Dharm wrote:
I just tossed out most of intel's makefile so that I could build it as part of our cross-build (hosted on RedHat i386), building it as a module. When I was using the 3.0 driver, I hacked it to be built with the kernel (not a module at all). It was just a few minutes of makefile hacking, and may save you some grief.The toolchain I'm using is the one from oss.sgi.com by H.J. Liu (toolchain-20011020-1). Because of the way the e1000 driver Makefile works, I'm actually compiling it using the native compiler on-target.
There is a driver V4.0.7? I *just* picked up 3.5 a little while ago... can you point me at where on intel's website you got your driver?
Thanks, Kevin --
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