I haven't used the intel pro 10 isa card myself, but i did have problems (of
my own ignorance ;-) when setting up my first isa card (an ne2000)
I think your card should be supported, a grep through the kernel net driver
sources shows that the module eepro should do the trick (supports cards
like "Intel EtherExpress Pro/10 ISA").
As a first try, do
and see if it works (i.e. no errors, and lsmod shows it to be loaded).
In my case i had to manually supply irq and io for my
card (not untypical for isa cards). These may be set by jumpers on the card
or through a software utility (often a little dos program). Handiest place
to get them is probably your windoze install (assuming you have one ;-)
Put the io and irq in your /etc/modules.conf file in the following
alias eth0 eepro
options eepro io=0x300 irq=5
i think you can put these values into the modprobe cmd line too
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