Re: "KTI ET32/Px Series PCI Ethernet Adapter" support?
Paul Miller wrote:
> I tried and messaged the company.. it is not compatible with NE2000 and
> there is no Linux support (or even UNIX for that matter). The NE2000/1000
> driver thought it was a NE1000, but didnt work...
Then it probably is a ne2000. The kernel just does not recognise it.
There are two options:
- If you already have the kernel sources, but not the latest uploaded to
debian: visit the linux ethernet homepage (don't know the url by heart,
but it is in the ethernet-HOWTO.) Follow the link to Paul Gortmaker's
ne2000 page and grab ne-2k-pci.diff (or whatever it's name.) Patch the
kernel source and recompile. The card will then be recognised.
- Get the latest kernel-source-2.0.29.deb (maybe still in incoming?) It
has the patch already applied for all us people with a ne2000 pci card
with a chipset other than the RealTek. Recompile and all will be well.
I guess that then newest kernel-image upload will also make your card
work, but it is always better to compile your own kernel anyway. If you
use kernel-package (in misc) there is really nothing to it.
May the source be with you,
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