Was it Keith Hyland who wrote on Wednesday 09 January 2002 00:48:
> what do i need to do to get e-smith (SME server v5 i think its based on
> RH7.0) to recognize my isa modem?
> iv'e done
>> "pnpdump -c > /etc/isapnp.conf "
> and then
>> "isapnp /etc/iaspnp.conf"
>> but still nothing.
> on the same box, booting SUSE 6.3 the above procedure works fine....
SuSe does it's own thing with configuration - it's best either to totally
rely on it or else do it all yourself. As has been said, you missed a step
# pnpdump -c > /etc/isapnp.conf
# vi /etc/isapnp.conf
# isapnp /etc/isapnp.conf
This file is all of the isa config options commented out. The various logical
devices are listed, and the various config options of each logical device.
I find it best to copy the file, remove most commented lines and then delete
the original when I'm going. Windoze allocations don't always work, and you
may need reboots between attempts at it. A or two comment of your own won't
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