Re: Question about a module ne
This happens because the ne modules relies on the 8390 module. It's best to use
modprobe instead of insmod since it will resolve these dependencies for you.
Alternatively, you can just first say 'insmod 8390' and then your insmod line. If you
were trying to setup this card during installation of the operating system and it
wouldn't take the options you passed on the command line this is because of a
long-standing bug which was there in Hamm and I think even Bo. You'd think they'd fix
it huh? When I got bit by this the second time it'd been so long I didn't even
remember the problem. The solution in that scenario is indeed to exit to the command
line and manually insert the module. If you're interested, the problem is that the
modconf progam seems to add the file to /etc/modutils as it should but the either
doesn't run update-modules to update /etc/modules.conf or update-modules fails. Anyway
this should be enough information to get you going and then some.
"S enz Vargas Juan Carlos" wrote:
> Yes, i have also used that: insmod ne io=0x280 irq=11
> and the error message is:
> /lib/modules/2.2.12/net/ne.o: unresolved symbol ei_open
> /lib/modules/2.2.12/net/ne.o:unresolved symbol ethdev_init
> /lib/modules/2.2.12/net/ne.o unresolved symbol ei_interrupt
> /lib/modules/2.2.12/net/ne.o: unresolved symbol NS8390_init
> /lib/modules/2.2.12/net/ne.o: unresolved symbol ei_close
> ????? I really dont know what that means.
> Thanks for your help.
> On Tue, 6 Jun 2000, Ron Flory wrote:
> > "S enz Vargas Juan Carlos" wrote:
> > >
> > > I am new to linux and i am installing my ne200 compatible net card. I
> > > dont know how to enter the parameters for this module to work. I have
> > > tried
> > > insmod ne i/o=0x280 irqval=11
> > did you use "insmod ne io=0x280 irq=11" instead of what is shown above?
> > are you certain your card is at this address and irq?
> > I have seen printer ports and other cards interfere with ne2000 because
> > the autoprobe has to scan such a wide area. somethimes this type of
> > card is easy to sense, other times they can be very stubborn since there
> > are so many 'clones' out there.
> > ron
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