On Mon, Feb 9, 2015 at 9:27 PM, Don Flowers <donr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have an HP Elite 8000 with an Intel 82567LM-3 Pro 1000 ethernet card.
> After loading the sequence of drivers (LSL, E1000odi IPXodi and odipkt) I am
> able to acquire an address and ping successfully. But when I try to FDNPKG
> install a FreeDOS pkg, I get the following error:
> PKT-ERROR: Unsupported driver class OBh
> Does anyone have any advice on how to workaround this problem?

No idea, never used LSL or any ODI shims. I'm no networking expert, by
far. I guess we're waiting for Mateusz to respond here. (You may want
to email him directly.)

But are you sure the packet driver really works? Have you tried more
than just PING, perhaps (mTCP) FTP or similar? Does at least that much
work (e.g. getting a file)?

It could just be a FDNPKG (or Watt-32) bug, but I'd be surprised.

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