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> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:owner-freebsd-
> Sent: Monday, 20 November 2006 12:08 AM
> To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
> Subject: Xircom XE2000 card problem
>    Asked this question a couple of days ago in freebsd-mobile, but
>    haven't heard anything.  I'm reposting here to, hopefully, a wider
>    audience...
>    I have an Inspiron 7000 laptop I've set up as a FreeBSD server
>    Version 6.1.  I have a Xircom XE2000 ethernet card I'd like to use.
>    It appears to be recognized by FreeBSD, but doesn't startup
>    correctly.  In searching I've seen references to it working with
>    FreeBSD, but indicate it should use the xe driver.
>    Here's what the dmesg says:
>    ed1: <Xircom 10/100 Network PC Card> at port 0x100-0x10f iomem
>    0x88000000-0x88000fff irq 1
>    1 function 0 config 1 on pccard0
>    device_attach: ed1 attach returned 6
>    Looking at the hardware list it should be supported by the dc or xe
>    drivers, but not the ed driver.  Am I missing something easy, or is
>    this card not reallyl supported at all?
>    Thanks,
>    Joe.

If you have a closer look, it is using the ed (4):

        ed1: <Xircom 10/100 Network PC Card> at port 0x100-0x10f iomem

Make sure you have the following devices compiled in your kernel:

        device miibus
        device ed

... also, you might need:

        device pccard
        device cardbus

Russell Wood

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