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Re: attaining IO port info for an ISA networkcard

On Friday 22 June 2001 20:21, Duane Powers wrote:
> Brendon wrote:
> > short question, the subject says it all really. how do you find out which
> > io port your ISA networkcard is using?
> cat /proc/ioports

which gives:

000-001f dma1
0020-003f pic1
0040-005f timer
0060-006f keyboard
0070-007f rtc
0080-008f dma page reg
00a0-00bf pic2
00c0-00df dma2
00f0-00ff fpu
01f0-01f7 ide0
02f8-02ff serial(set)
03c0-03df vga+
03f6-03f6 ide0
03f8-03ff serial(set)

none of which i recognise as the networkcard. the networkcard is a 
realtek8019 isa card. i need the io port to install the module with modconf 
("ISA cards explicitly require an "io=0xNNN value"). though the card is 
properly inserted judging by a light up led i didnt see it mentioned on 
startup or in /proc/interrupts.

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