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The "wrong chip version ff" is a real issue, and having it mentioned makes sure that google searches turn it up with a solution. Tonko 01:41, 8 Oct 2005 (CEST)

The present text confused me (as you now have noticed). Maybe it should better reflect that the error is incorrect ("wrong chip version ff" instead of "FIR mode not enabled" or whatever). Would that be acceptable?

Paul Bolle 02:05, 8 Oct 2005 (CEST)

If you think you can explain it better, go right ahead. The IrDA document could use some major cleaning.

As long as we still point out that the only error in syslog is "Wrong chip version ff" when trying to load the FIR module without first activating the PnP device. It would be nice if the ISA-PNP patch to the nsc-ircc driver got accepted upstream, so we dont have to do these hacks anymore. Tonko 03:58, 8 Oct 2005 (CEST)


Is there a reason why you deleted the TODO entry for linux 2.6 kernel config for SIR? I would like to readd it, but like to hear your reason to remove it first.

Paul Bolle 10:23, 14 Oct 2005 (CEST)