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Network device

I tried to install Debian-GNU-hurd, and on the 4th PC I succeeded -- at
least partially: the network device doesn't work.

The PC is a 433 MHz Pentium3, with mean hardware, and a tulip network

The standard mach kernel doesn't support the tulip device, so I tried to
compile a kernel by myself. I used the sources from the CD-ROM
"/src/gnumach-1.3.tar.gz" with the commands

./configue --enable-ide --enable-tulip

This kernel boots, and displays while booting, that it found the tulip
network device. If I now try

settrans -fgap /servers/socket/2 /hurd/pfinet -i eth0 \
   -a -g -m

the kernel hangs. After a reset I can find a "core" file (about 1MB).

Can someone please help me setting up the network?

Best wishes                     Jan

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