should do the job in that case, there are a few modules that need to
pre-load for an ne2k that modprobe will find and load...
it *should* be able to figure out the io and irq by itself, although if the
card is set to something outlandish you'll need to specify
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kirill [SMTP:cirill at ns1.3b2.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 22, 2000 13:26
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: [ILUG] Finding a NIC
> According to http://www.dlink.ca/linux.html the D-220P is using the ne2000
> As far as I remember this module requires 'io' option supplied. First you
> should try irq 3 (it seems to be empty on your system).
> If it is not there the easiest way would be to boot DOS from floppy disk
> dual-boot if you have) and run the diag. programme from the D-Link setup
> I don't remember the exact name of the directory but it something like
> /setup. If the diag prog. is not there and you booting dos from floppy
> you'll have to load lsl.com first and the card driver after that. The
> output would show irq and port of the card.
> If you computer BIOS is set to Non-PNP OS you should not have problem with
> using these values for the ne2000 module.
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