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CONFIG_BNX2X: Broadcom NetXtremeII 10Gb support
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After upgrading from XenServer 7. There is another directory in the Source which has following src rpms. Sign up using Facebook. Zero hassle; zero issues.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Generally, the process is straightforward as mentioned by stormi but in this case the sources are too many to identify the right one.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_BNX2X: Broadcom NetXtremeII 10Gb support
Dell just published the latest Qlogic network drivers for Linux – sources and binaries – in June Hardware is rev 10 apparently and they identify within the OS as Ethernet controller: I can only assume there’s a fix to be had somewhere but we’ve not got the time to keep experimenting in the hope something eventually results in a previously working system resuming working!
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But it doesn’t work when I try to send bytes packet with: I do still have access to XS7. What are the steps required to make sure not only I build the drivers for my personal use, but the updated driver sources are part of future XCP-ng builds? I think r1 lihux the man for asking this stuff.
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