Quote:> I have a friend that just setup a Linux box, he has an IBM 100/10
>EtherJet PCI ethernet card. As far as I can tell there is no driver for
>this card, is there any way to use an ethernet card that doesn't have a
>driver? Or perhaps someone is aware of a driver in development for it?
Always report the chip the card uses, either from looking at the physical
board or checking the report in /proc/pci.
There is almost certainly a driver that will work for the chip, it just
won't be listed as an "EtherJet" driver.
Check for a driver on
when you know the type of chip.
Quote:>I found a web-site about the development for the IBM EtherJet PC PCMCIA
>card, AFAIK this won't work for the PCI card, but I wonder if anyone
>knows how easy it would be to adapt it? Any help would be much
The hardware is almost certainly unrelated. Most IBM PCMCIA ethercards are
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