--- On Fri, 5/3/10, Benoit PAPILLAULT <benoit.papilla...@free.fr> wrote:

> Regarding the source code you mentioned, I cannot find the
> R8610 thing. 
> Which version/revision do you look at? Moreover, the
> RX_COPY_BREAK is 0 
> in the source code I've looked at and this code is only
> used for RX (not 
> TX), so it's unlikely to be the root cause of your
> problem.

It is in both the 2.22 and 3.0 vendor driver, with the following line numbers 
(it may not be exact as I have some local patches):

ZD1211LnxDrv_2_22_0_0/src/zd1205.c:10577:#if ZDCONF_R8610_FRAG_FIX == 1

LinuxUSB_AR2524-3.0.0.56/ar2524drv/src/zd1205.c:11293:#if ZDCONF_R8610_FRAG_FIX 
== 1


      

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