On Mon, 8 Oct 2001 Ramon Diaz didst pronounce:
>I recently installed SuSe 6.3 (kernel 2.2.13) in a
>spare box, and I have a conflict with my IRQ's. Both
>the network card and the modem have IRQ 10.
>>Is there a way either through the GUI or using the
>actual terminal, to modify the IRQ?
>You can specify IRQ's to use in /etc/modules.conf if you are loading
the cards as modules. For example, your ethernet card could be loaded
as follows from modules.conf:
alias eth0 module_name # replace module_name
options module_name irq=3 # here aswell
Chat ya later,
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