Rick Hamell writes: > > I'm not sure where I'm going wrong, but the system doesn't seem to > > detect the card. I've tried scanpci, pcitweak, and pciconf to see if > > the card shows up there (I'm not sure if those utilities actually scan > > the PCI bus, or just report what's been scanned before, but...) and > > still, it's not there. I've included dmesg.boot below for those > > interested. > > Even though it's PCI - you sometimes need to assign an IRQ to it > CMOS. Also try pulling out all other cards like sound or NIC and see if > it's seen that way.
Hmm... I pulled out all other PCI cards and my very old ISA sound card and then tried auto-setting the IRQ, and then assigning two different IRQs, but still no dice -- it was not detected during boot. I'm wishing I had a Window's machine handy to test if this card actually works -- it's brand new, but you never know. Any other ideas (anyone?)? Is there anyone else who has tried this card with FreeBSD and wants to share his/her experience, positive or negative? Thanks again, -Chris To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message