On Fri, Feb 16, 2001 at 21:35 -0800, Julian Elischer wrote:
> Gerhard Sittig wrote:
> > Now that I had success with the fa_select tool, I filed a PR
> > with a patch: misc/25147.
> > http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=25147
> thanks for this.. but it didn't seem to help
> It looks to me like the interrupt vector is not being
> registered.. I'll try figut out what I've screwed up in the
On Sat, Feb 17, 2001 at 00:57 -0800, Julian Elischer wrote:
> the thing that pisses me of is that this card DID WORK!
> I tried the fa_select program.. it didn't help.
Sorry, but the method described in the PR assumes that fa_select
_is_ the tool that makes the cards work. What the PR achieves is
that the card is useful right after getting plugged in -- without
manual intervention. If only I had known earlier about the
fa_select tool (didn't find it in the archives when I searched
for my card back in November/December, it seems there are too
many ways of spelling model names plus there are sooo many models
basically being the same -- I never considered "Netgear" to be of
concern for me ...)!
But I still see the PR method as a hack just to get network
access to a machine with failed media negotiation. Especially
forcing speed as well as duplex mode is what I don't like about
the current situation (you all know the regular threads about "it
doesn't work" with the usual answers "then don't hardware it").
Your "fa_select doesn't help" and Warner's message suggest that
your situation is different from mine and that you have some kind
of resource allocation problem or a conflicting assignment.
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