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Re: Subject: Which Driver for EISA "DEC4220"?

On Wed, Jul 10, 2002 at 01:52:05PM +0200, Dobin Rutishauser wrote:
> I successfully installed Debian Woody from a "Mini-CD" release.
> (thx to Falk Hueffner :).
> But, the Network Cards weren't dedected automaticly.
> "show config" shows:
> 4 DEC4220       NI          OK 08-00-2B-BD-05-F7
> 5 DEC4220       NI          OK 08-00-2B-BD-06-A5
> What's the name of that card? Which module/driver i must use for
> it? And if i need irq's/io ports, how i find informationen about it?
> /proc show's nothing about eisa buses or devices in it :(

That card, DE422, is usually called DEPCA, and that's the name of the
driver for it, IIRC...


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