Quote:>>It is an ISA, and I did run the thing to disable pnp (batch file
>>called PNPDSABL.BAT or some such).
Disabling pnp is important in my experience.
Quote:>>Forgive me, for my Linux knowledge is very limited. What
>>configuration files could I look at for problems? It seems strange to
>>me that "lfup eth0" would kill my network connection, but maybe that's
If a card has only one light it's the link light. It should be lit if it
has a connection to another card.
Quote:> I think you might wanna look into isapnptools to set up
> the nic.
I wouldn't use isapnptools if you've disabled pnp on the card. Use the DOS
utility 3c5x9cfg.exe provided with the drivers. Disable pnp, disable the
boot ROM, set the io and irq manually, in fact, set all the other options
manually and then do a hard reset and see where that gets you.
I got two of these cards working in my Linux box only by setting