2.2.19preX from Alan Cox (usually better driver support) or get a 2.4...
or search l-k archives.. Andrey Savokin (I think) the eepro guy might have
On Wed, 28 Feb 2001, Gerard Gorman wrote:
> Martin Feeney wrote:
> > On Wed, 28 Feb 2001 14:32:40 Gerard Gorman wrote:
> > Are you using a stock kernel or is it one you compiled yourself?
>> Both..I tried kernels with the driver built in and on seperate kernels
> as a loadable module.
> > Eepro100 support is compiled into stock kernels. Check /proc/interrupts
> > and /proc/ioports and see if what's using the irq and io - chances are
> > it's the eepro100 driver.
> Nothing in /proc/interrupts or /proc/ioports use the the same IRQ I/O
> > Also do ifconfig -a and see if there's an unconfigured eth0 there. If
> > there is and it's io and irq addresses match then the driver has detected
> > the card and you only need to ifconfig it.
>> No eth0 comes up....
>> any more ideas??
> > M.
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