Re: eth0: dropped interrupts!!!
On Thursday 13 February 2003 14:27, Neal wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-02-12 at 07:49, Benjamin Fritzsche wrote:
> > Hi All.
> > I have some trouble with my pcmcia networking.
> > I'm Running woody with a self copiled 2.4.20 vanilla kernel and pcmcia
> > modules from the kernel and not from pcmcia-source package.
> > what happens when I start pcmcia is that everything works but I keep
> > getting eth0: Interupt(s) dropped !
> > cat /proc/interrupts gives me:
> > CPU0
> > 0: 70238 XT-PIC timer
> > 1: 2144 XT-PIC keyboard
> > 2: 0 XT-PIC cascade
> > 8: 3 XT-PIC rtc
> > 10: 8 XT-PIC Texas Instruments PCI1225, Texas
> > Instruments PCI1225 (#2)
> > 12: 4299 XT-PIC PS/2 Mouse
> > 14: 13846 XT-PIC ide0
> > NMI: 0
> > LOC: 0
> > ERR: 0
> > lsmod gives me this:
> > Module Size Used by Not tainted
> > pcnet_cs 10816 1
> > 8390 5904 0 [pcnet_cs]
> > ds 6408 2 [pcnet_cs]
> > yenta_socket 8704 2
> > pcmcia_core 32992 0 [pcnet_cs ds yenta_socket]
> > rtc 5692 0 (unused)
> > soundcore 3460 0 (autoclean)
> > and when I insert the pcmcia card it tells me it uses IRQ 0
> > I tried it with the pcmcia-source modules with i86395 instead of
> > yenta_socket and it then uses IRQ 3 without dropping interrupts.
> > The card is a noname pcnet_cs 10mbit ne2000 which works.
> > just those messages on the console are kind of annoying.
> > so how can I tell the card to use IRQ 3 ?
> > for reasons of simplicity I would prefer to stay with the kernel modules.
> You could try adding the line "exclude irq0" to /etc/pcmcia/config.opts
Tried that. doesn't help. when inserting the card it still tells me it uses
is there any debian specific place for these options? /etc/pcmcia/config.opts
doesn't seem to be read.