Re: NIC mishap
> Can you be more specific, 3cXXX is a bit too general, IIRC.
> Frankly, as long as we don't have way to load modules at run-time, there is
> no easy solution. What we can do is provide a default kernel that at leasts
> boots on all system and if you have problems with network cards etc you need
> to roll your own.
No complaints here. Just thought you might like to know.
> If you can say to me which 3cxxx is at fault, I may disable it, as I know of
> at least one other 3cxxx problem.
As I said above, 3c59x.
I discovered something else, though.
in gnumach-1.1.92-1 it lists off 3c59x and THEN ne2k whereas
gnumach-1.1.92-2 only lists 3c59x.
Also, I don't know if 3c59x detection schemes are supposed to, but it
doesn't mention what IRQ it was probed at or anything. the ne2k detect
scheme does so.
It's about time I compiled my own gnumach anyway. :)
- Re: NIC mishap
- From: Marcus Brinkmann <Marcus.Brinkmann@ruhr-uni-bochum.de>