It does work, see below:
I was able to get the IBM CardBus EtherJet 10/100 card working without a
problem. If you're looking for the EtherJet + 56K Modem, I haven't had much
There are several things that you need to make this work correctly.
*) The latest version of the pcmcia-cs package (3.1.4)
*) A recent kernel (2.2.5 will do fine) as I'm not sure how well a 2.0.x
deals with 3.1.4.
Compile pcmcia-cs for the kernel you're running.
Install it and make a few changes to some files it installs:
Season to taste.
# ThinkPad 600 stuff
include port 0x100-0x7ff, port 0x1000-0x17ff
include memory 0xd0000-0xdffff, memory 0xa0000000-0xa0ffffff
# First built-in serial port
exclude irq 4
# Second built-in serial port
exclude irq 3
# First built-in parallel port
exclude irq 7
exclude port 0x2f8-0x2ff
exclude port 0x230-0x233
exclude irq 5
card "IBM 10/100 EtherJet CardBus Adapter with 56K Modem"
manfid 0xMMMM, 0xNNNN
bind "tulip_cb" to 0
Unfortunately I can't supply the numbers for MMMM and NNNN any more. Type:
# /sbin/cardctl ident
It'll give you those values.
Once those are input, type:
# /etc/init.d/pcmcia start
Hopefully you'll hear two high beeps. If so, the card has been recognized.
> I'm searchign for Infos, how to get this adapter running with 100 Base T
> my TP 600. Your message was the the only one regarding this problem I
> until now. So I'm asking you for help.
> Because I'm really new with PCMCIA on linux, please send a little more
> detailed descritpion, if possible.
> Do you have this card running?
> What I'm to do to have it running?
> english version below
> Hallo allerseits,
> ich wrde gern diese Karte in meinem ThinkPad unter Linux nutzen, leider
> habe ich noch keinen richtigen Treiber bzw. richtige Konfiguration dafr
> gefunden. Vielleicht finde ich ja hier Hilfe.
> Danke Thomas
> I'm trying to use the above mentioned adapter with my ThinkPad and Linux.
> Until now I did not find the proper information about which driver to use
> and how to configure this. I hope, I can find help here.
> Thanks Thomas