Re: Modprobe. Two of a kind ?
On Wed, 8 Jan 1997, Ioannis Tambouras wrote:
> Is it possible to load two ne.o modules with different io=<address>
> options ?
> This computer is multihomed to two ethernets. I like to be able to
> configure the interfaces like this:
> eth0 with ne.o io=0x240 , interupt 15
> and eth1 with ne.o io=0x280 , interupt 12
> Already know how to do it with lilo when the code is an intergral
> part of /vmlinuz, but does not work when everyting is modularized.
> That is not covered in Becker's mini-HOWTO. I played with the
> modprobe(8) options and aliases, but nothing looks promissing.
here's three solutions for you...
1. try something like:
modprobe ne io=0x240,0x280 irq=15,12
2. put the following in /etc/modules:
ne io=0x240,0x280 irq=15,12
3. edit /etc/conf.modules and put in essentially the same information:
alias eth0 ne
alias eth1 ne
options ne io=0x240,0x280 irq=15,12
I've used methods 1 & 2 on different machines and they work. I've never
actually used method 3 but it should work just as well as the other 2
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