Version 0.11 ()

Driver version 0.11 is available.

Among the news:
- EciAdsl Nortek driver merged within standard eciadsl release,
- synch process automatic retry on fail,
- new pppoeci process protocol handling (eoc's handling),
- pppoeci soft disconnection,
- new program eciadsl-ctrlui (base user interface) at this moment it handles only disconnection process,
- added eciadsl-testconnection script,
- many bug fixed.

Please note: this version still requires patch for any kernel between 2.6.0 and 2.6.6.

EciAdsl download page

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Re: Version 0.11 disponible
Posted by soulrebel,
deb for amd64 here
Re: Version 0.11 disponible
Posted by FlashCode,
Thanks for package, now available on download page.
Eciadsl 0.11 for Mandriva/Red Hat
Posted by Mandrake user,
When will the rpm for Mandriva/Red Hat be available for download? Thanks
Re: Version 0.11 available
Posted by devnull,
i've slackware 10.1 and eciadsl 0.11 with 2.4.26 kernel..but sometimes ppp vendor crash and ppp0 interface go down..i don't know why..while whit old version it works fine..can it is a bug?
Re: Version 0.11 available
Posted by jonny,
I have Slack 10.2 with 2.4.31 kernel
I installed eciadsl 0.11 but that no working correctly,
at begin i can use internet (about 15/30 minutes) the prob is when i must download big files:
ppp0 interface "disappar"(route show only lo) also if pppd and eciadsl-pppoeci apparently seems up.
My connection is down

However when i start connection, at the step 5 of eciadsl-start script, i can read "SIOCADDRT: File exists" maybe problem is that

Re: Version 0.11 disponible
Posted by Trionice,
Hi,i've noticed very much of progress in the implementation of the driver - however I think there is much to be improved for making it more aware of the spawning of system resources since USB mices have big problems if used with USB modems controlled with this driver.
Re: Version 0.11 available
Posted by francois,
I have installed a fresh Mandriva 2007 on an athlon64. ECIADSL does not want to be installed, because it requires TCL. TCL64 is loaded, but tcl is not available. Is it possible to have a package which depends on tcl64 ? (or a workaround ?)
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