On Wed, 8 Feb 2006 23:53:33 +0000
Thomas Bridge <thomasb at gmail.com> wrote:
| On booting, I see the switch port on the Cisco 837 router come up.
| Further, I see a light on the card at the back of the card on the box.
| However, it's not working. The server is currently complaining
| that it cannot load the card - on removing and reinserting the kernel
| module for this I get the error
| "8139too: 00:10.0: region #0 not a PIO resource, aborting"
Urm, try 8139cp instead?
| and there is no eth0 device to configure.
| I've tried reseating the card, and I've booted with an FC3 2.4 and 2.6
| kernel - none of this seems to make any difference.
I trust you've tried it in another slot?
| Anyone got any ideas (including "tell pron to bring a network card
| with him when he comes over")
It does rather strike me as a "get a 10-15 quid card in Maplin" sort of
For some reason, I do seem to have come across random cheapish elderly
cards just giving up, particularly after the machine has been moved. I
don't know, surge death of some sort?
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