On Tue, Feb 13, 2001 at 23:24 +0000, Pierre Y. Dampure wrote:
> Julian Elischer wrote:
> > I used to use a Linksys Etherfast card
> > in my Inspiron, but I haven't used it for
> > a while. Today I tried to use it again
> > but it failed miserably..
> Most probably you noticed this already, but (in src/UPDATING):
> Linksys Fast Ethernet PCCARD cards supported by the ed driver
> now require the addition of flag 0x80000 to their config line
> in pccard.conf(5). This flag is not optional. These Linksys
> cards will not be recognized without it.
That's one point, but maybe not the whole truth.
Yes, I noticed the above commit message causing the UPDATING
comment. That's when I tried (once more) a "D-Link DFE650TX"
card in both an Compaq Armada and a Toshiba Sattelite, both with
-CURRENT snapshot boot floppies and complete 4.2-STABLE systems
(and updated pccard.conf files). Up to now with no success.
Triggered by a recent list article I will do another test later
this week with the fa_select(8?) utility mentioned at
www.freebsddiary.org/last-netgear.html and see if it will work
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