From: Brian (netgod at domain in.freei.net)
Date: Sat 23 Oct 1999 - 21:44:21 IST
the isapnp utility should do the trick, it allows you to set the irq and
i/o of pnp devices connected on the isa bus
On Sat, 23 Oct 1999, alan509 wrote:
> Im trying to get my D-link DE-220P ethernet card working with linux
> while still functional with windows.
> I can set it to PnP mode or Non PnP mode where i set it irq , i/o etc.
> With PnP mode its set up irq = 5 i/o = 240
> Then i put it into non pnp mode ( so linux can use also)
> under the same settings irq = 5 i/o = 240
> Then i reboot into windows i have no network card at all and now my sound
> card which was at irc = 9 i/o =E800-E83F
> now goes onto irq = 5
> so no network card is found at all.
> I cannot change irq of sound card.
> I now decide to change irc of NIC
> to irq = 9 i/o = 240
> But it tell me i canot do this.
> There are no irqs availible.
> All taken up by other devices...
> Anyone know how i can set the card to irq=5 i/o = 240 while when i reboot
> sound card is still at irq= 9
> This is really annoying.. i have even got a 3com card from a friend but it
> turns out this 3com card is busted :(
> Any help with this would be excellent.....
> Even some way of getting te card in PnP mode working with linux.
> Thanks in advance,
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