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Bug#164229: marked as done (discover: no way to specify different data for 2.2.x and 2.4.x kernels)



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Subject: discover-data: discover does not work with kernel-image-2.4.18
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Package: discover-data
Version: 1.2002.08.21-1
Severity: normal

the pci.list in discover data makes reference to a module called
`rtl8139', which not in the kernel-image-2.4.18 package. thus if you
have an ethernet with an RealTek 8139 chip, discover will not load the
module for it.

references to `rtl8139' need to be replaced with `8139too', which is a
module that comes with the kernel-images-2.4.18 package. this driver has
the same functionality.

thanks.

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Version 2 of discover is now in Debian Unstable.  This problem is
fixable, as the version 2 dataformat support having kernel modules
change from kernel version to kernel version.

Because of this, I close this bug.



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