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Re: NE 2000 kompatible Card Macronix Chip??

hi, Nils,

for NE2000 ISA board, you can always try ne.o as a module, tell module
loader the correct IO_base, irq, if necessary.
look under /usr/src/linux-VERSION/Documentation for how to use module and
other info.
NE2000 PCI card "seems" use different module called 'ne2k-pci'. the 2.1.*
kernel should have  better support for NE2000 PCI card. If you
are not on 2.1.* kernel yet, 2.0.35 or later has it too, try it first.

here is several relavant file under my kernel source tree.

Good luck.


On Thu, 3 Dec 1998, Nils Rennebarth wrote:

> I have a card labeled "NE2000 compatible 10/100 MBit Ethernet"
> It contains mostly one chip, MX 98715 AEC.
> This number can be found in the PCI list in the kernel sources.
> Is there a linux driver for this card anywhere?
> Nils
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