Thanks, Hugo. I found the same info from some google searching.
For the benefit of others: You can find the driver at ftp://ftp.linksys.com/beta/linux_full_binary_2_33.exe
which uses a dos/win unpacker that makes you agree to a standard license before it unpacks two modules and a readme. The contents of the latter:
Linux Release 2_33
Linux network device driver for the Broadcom BCM42XX PCI
InsideLine 10Mbps Home Phoneline Networking chip.
This release includes:
- support for HPNA 2.0 Certification Testing
- MODVERSIONS support for Linux 2.2 and 2.4 Kernels. These
modules have been compiled and tested with MODVERSIONS defined
on a RedHat 6.2 system with include files from the RedHat
2.2.14-5.0 kernel. The driver for the 2.4 kernel uses the
2.4.0-test10 kernel distribution from ftp.kernel.org.
Note: The kernels should be compiled with nonSMP
This distribution includes two il.o executables:
- \Kernel_2.2.14-5.0\il.o ---> 62545 bytes (nonSMP)
- \Kernel_2.4.0-Test10\il.o ---> 70695 bytes (nonSMP)
I should get a chance to try this out in a week or so. I'll let others know if I succeed.
(Let's just hope I have a free PCI slot in my only non-SMP machine...)