On Sunday 29 July 2001 18:23, you wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 29, 2001 at 12:02:18PM +0100, John Gay came forth with:
> > I just purchased 5 PC's I want to set up as quasi-diskless workstations
> > with unknown network cards in them. I was hoping that someone here would
> > know what cards they are. The indentifying marks are:
> > DE305 Rev:A02
> > Made in Taiwan
> > FCC ID: HFD1660ENR01LCT
> > The only chip on them is:
> > MPX^2
> > EN5025A
>> I would suspect they are macronix cards, so try the tulip driver. But I
>> What does linux give in /proc/pci?
>It's an ISA card.
Deim Agoston <ago at idg.hu> said:
>It seems to me that's a SMC card from the EZ Card series. I didn't have
>problem with EN5030A chip. The kernel uses the rtl8139 module, as I remember.
A google search confirmed this, but I could not get either the rtl8139 or
rtl8029 bootimages to work. Rather than spend too much time with this, I'll
just get some 3COM cards instead, as I know they work with Linux.
Thanks for the help. Anyone got some old 3COM cards going cheap?
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