Re: installing 1.3 and Intel EtherExpress Pro/10 (ISA)
If memory serves me correct, the current version of the eepro driver is
hardcoded (somehow) to work on IRQ 5. Do you have a sound card installed
on IRQ 5? The latest driver from the author fixes this problem. Look in
the driver source for his email address.
Also, check using dmesg as to what ethernet connection the driver is
using. The module should show 10B2 or 10BT (if you have a combo card)
As a last resort, have you used the SOFTSET2 program that came with the
card to do a diagnostic on it?
Alan Su wrote:
> Hi everyone-
> I hope this is the right list...I'm having a problem getting Debian
> Linux to recognize my Ethernet adapter, the Intel EtherExpress Pro/10
> (the ISA version). So far, I've done the following:
> - disabled PnP for the card
> - set the interrupt to IRQ 10
> - set the I/O address to 0x240
> - installed Debian 1.3
> - passed the following paramaters to the eepro driver (during
> installation): irq=10 io=0x240
> During the driver installation, it claims to find the card. When I
> boot up the system, however, nothing seems to be working. ifconfig
> reports the correct interrupt and i/o address (as well as the ip
> address, netmask, and such), but there's no activity.
> Any suggestions are welcome...thanks!
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