aia21 at cam
Oct 31, 2001, 10:51 AM
contains official binary only drivers for the Netstream2000 card which uses
the em8400 chip.
If you are using the chip to implement your own board then you should
contact sigma designs for Linux drivers. They say the chip has linux
As Sigma designs do not release specs nor sourcecode there is no open
source driver available and I am not aware of any non-official efforts to
If you want the em8300 chip then have a look at http://dxr3.sf.net/ where
you can find the inofficial Linux GPL drivers for the Sigma designs
Realmagic Hollywood+ and Creative dxr3 cards (which are the same).
At 16:12 31/10/01, Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk wrote:
>Are there currently any official kernel support for the Sigma 8400/8401
>I need this...
>Please cc: to me as I'm not on the list
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