Re: IRQ of NICs
The IRQ of the card is normally set in eeprom memory by a DOS
configuration program on the floppy which comes with the card.
Linux will normally only recognize one card. With more than one, you
should set the parameters of the both of them in /etc/lilo.conf or (if the
drivers are compiled as modules) in /etc/conf.modules.
On Fri, 12 Mar 1999, Ferenc Kiraly wrote:
> I have a Debian machine with two network kards installed
> that use the same driver (3c59x). They both use the same
> interrupt (11). Is that ok/wrong/the way it must be?
> How do I set the IRQ of one of the card to something
> else. I know how to do thes, when the cards use different
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