Richard Lyons wrote:
Good morning, Andrew. On Saturday 02 August 2003 08:50, Andrew McGuinness wrote:Richard Lyons wrote:[...][the driver] is the version distributed by the card maker... with the card. Looks out of date. No changelog on the disk.Is the card actually a pcmcia card (I understood it was) or is it built-in to the thinkpad?Yes it's a pcmcia card. Not built in.Can you run "cardctl ident" and send the output.This is what I get: segaccia:~# cardctl ident Socket 0: no product info available Socket 1: product info: "Realtek", "Rtl8139" manfid: 0x0000, 0x024c function: 6 (network) PCI id: 0x10ec, 0x8139 [...]
I really think the 8139too driver in 2.4.18 ought to be able to work this.The problem must be either a general PCMIA issue, or a problem with the 8139too driver being compiled-in instead of being a module.
I just saw your next email, which confirms that the 8139too driver is OK. Can you look in /var/log/dmesg for anything relevant to pcmcia or network?
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