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Linux/AM3358: Ethernet PHY error
Part Number: AM3358
Dear TI and all,
this question to try to understand the reason why many threads, also mark [ resolved ] and near to a solution are without solution and "locked". Not understanding the reason of this. Is the solution only visible with certian permissions ? Or may be just a case ?
Also, i would have liked to reply and add some solutions. Even if late, it could still be useful to who is looking for the solution.
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In reply to Jim Carrillo:
thanks for the explaination.
I only suggest eventually a button as "provide a solution" that may be useful for all the thread locked without any solution. Just think about that.
In reply to Angelo:
Thanks Angelo - we will consider adding that to our roadmap - have a good day, Jim
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