lspci is a tool for the pci bus. I ran "cardctl ident" PCMCIA, and the
information returned was nil, zilch, nada, not a sausage. I told me there
was a PCMCIA Ethernet 10/100 card, but that was all. No manufacturer, chip
set, nothing useful.
Does anyone have any ideas?
sedwards at intgrated-training.com
From: Dave Airlie [mailto:airlied at csn.ul.ie]
Sent: 28 May 2001 10:46
To: Sean Edwards
Cc: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Network Card Help
with the card plugged in to lspci -v and look through that .. it might
show up ..
On Sun, 27 May 2001, Sean Edwards wrote:
> First of all, I would like to thank Kate and the others at AnteFacto for
> Linux CD's. I hope the payment was adequate.
>> I am using Mandrake 8.0 on a Dell Inspiron 3800, and having no luck
> up my MRi Ethernet PCMCIA 10/100 card. Has anybody encountered on of
> devices before? It is from Micorcomputer Research UK Ltd, and there is no
> info on their web site about Linux drivers, or about the compatibility, or
> about the chip set.
>sedwards at integrated-training.com>>>
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