Sun Apr 11 03:06:04 1999
On Sat, 10 Apr 1999, James Barwick wrote:
> I have a CNET Pro120 Fast Ethernet 100BaseTX/10BaseT adapter.
> please help! No dice with 0.90z. Based on the response from tulip-diag
> below, do you think that this card is a no-go? No, I don't have a bus
> mouse. Yes, IRQ 12 is available. Yes, this card is awesome when I boot
> to windows95.
> Apr 10 22:34:16 lighthouse kernel: eth1: Macronix 98715 PMAC rev 32 at
> 0xe400, 00:80:AD:97:F6:AD, IRQ 12.
> Running ifconfig responds on console:
> SIOCSIFFLAGS: Try again
Check /proc/interrupts to see what else is on IRQ12.
> One more thing. /proc/pci shows the following for this card:
> Bus 0, device 10, function 0:
> Ethernet controller: Unknown vendor MX98715 / MX98725 (rev 32).
> tulip-diag.c:v1.09 4/9/99 Donald Becker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
> Unable to find a Tulip card in /proc/pci.
Grrr, damn /proc/pci. This makes it impossible to parse!
How can you have an unknown vendor, but know the part name?
It worked fine when the part was completely unknown -- then /proc/pci just
printed the vendor and device ID.
Donald Becker email@example.com
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