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Is the actual content of the state file, I get that from lenny 2.6.26 kernels too. If you see anything other than N/A, the file actually had contents, and what you see is the contents, if you see N/A inxi had no value for that, and simply shows N/A to indicate no content. In other parts, I simply do not show anything when the value is null, but in this case, I definitely want to see when it's null so I can see bugs and get them fixed
So state: unknown is in fact the value given, which is 'unknown'. But it's odd that you have speed and duplex with value, and the state contains 'unknown', I've only seen that be unknown when speed and duplex were null. But there will be huge variance.
But I appreciate the various samples of what the output can be, when working off something as difficult as this, where I cannot just inject user data files to get values, the only way to see what different systems return is to see what different systems return. But yours is working perfectly, all data files contained values.