[ILUG] ATI AT2000PNP network cards
Michael Field - NC Systems Server Engineering - SUN Ireland
Michael.Field at ireland.sun.com
Wed Aug 4 14:11:10 IST 1999
If you'r running redhat it's simple to setup using linuxconf. Just make sure
"enabled" is checked for the first card. The module you want to use is
> To: Paul Mc Connell <paul.mcconnell at cr2.ie>
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> Subject: Re: [ILUG] ATI AT2000PNP network cards
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> > has anybody ever used these and lived long enough to get them working on a
> > linux box ?
> Yeah.. they're just plug and play NE2000's. If it has pnpdump, then run
> pnpdump > isapnp.conf and edit that. Then go to /etc/, edit conf.modules, and
> do something like:
> alias eth0 ne
> options ne io=0x300 irq=5
> or whatever you set it to in isapnp.conf. Then put isapnp.conf in /etc (make
> sure you don't overwrite one if it's already there, and do isapnp
> /etc/isapnp.conf. Then try modprobe ne, and ifconfig to see if it works. If it
> does, then reboot, run whatever you need to set up networking and be happy.
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