[plug] Net module problem

Brian Tombleson brian at ParadigmIT.com.au
Mon Oct 23 12:16:45 WST 2000

Thanks for the feedback.  For now, I've had to dump it and put in a trusty
ol' 3c509.

Jumpers are visible and labelled.  Setting them to match the driver config
(or vice-versa) doesn't seem to make a difference.  The wd.o and smc-ultra.o
drivers give errors (from memory, to do with function/handle exporting(?)).

- Brian.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Leon Brooks" <leon at brooks.smileys.net>
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2000 12:06 PM

> Matt Kemner wrote:
> > On Sat, 21 Oct 2000, Brian Tombleson wrote:
> >> I have (what I believe is) an ISA SMC-8013 NIC that I'm trying to get

> > I did a quick grep through /usr/src/linux/drivers/net/* for "8013" and
> > matches from smc-ultra.c and wd.c

> If it's an SMC Ultra, it'll usually say so on the board. SMC Ultras are
> nice as far as ISA cards go (high efficiency and reliability, plus you can
> jumpers - ISA PNP sucks on all operating systems). You will probably need
> specify an IO address (if it's really an Ultra, the jumpers are labelled).

> Try plugging it in and doing a pnpdump command if you're unsure.

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