more 'recommend e'net card that works'

more 'recommend e'net card that works'

Post by ENVS » Wed, 06 Mar 1996 04:00:00



Almost forgot, will be using slackware 3.0 and kernel 1.2.13
 
 
 

more 'recommend e'net card that works'

Post by Paul Gortmak » Sun, 10 Mar 1996 04:00:00




>: Almost forgot, will be using slackware 3.0 and kernel 1.2.13
>Then think twice before buying the 3C590... I'm having problems right now
>with this card in my P133, with exactly this installation. Remote clients
>under X become unusable due to the lock-ups, and lpd/lpr also gets stuck
>when printing on a remote printer.
>Now, if you find out a high-performance PCI card that *really* works with
>1.2.13, let me know...

Just FYI, there are PCI ne2000 clones being made now that use the
RealTek Chip. I added the PCI probing to the ne driver about 2 months
ago. You can use a 1.2.13 kernel with it if you get the i/o base from
"cat /proc/pci" and then reboot with an "ether=0,0xNNNN,eth0" line,
where 0xNNNN is the i/o base from /proc/pci

Users report good performance with these cards. I'd guess/expect it
to be comparable to the 3c590 performance, as they both use PIO xfers
(although Donald has put preliminary busmastering capability into
the 3c590 driver recently.)

Paul.

 
 
 

1. samba: 'net view \\server' works, 'net view' fails

From my WinXP client (using cygwin), I can browse the shares on a samba
server whose name I know.  But when I try to browse the whole network, I
get a logon failure and the smbd logs show that it's not seeing my
username.

Browsing shares on \\server, from a different machine \\client (using
cygwin) while logged in as testuser:

$ net view '\\server'
Shared resources at \\server

Share name              Type   Used as  Comment
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
test                    Disk            
The command completed successfully.

But when I try to browse the whole network, I get a logon failure:

$ net view
System error 1326 has occurred.

Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password.

This is an authentication problem.  When I issue 'net view \\server' on the
client, the smbd log shows

[2003/11/02 06:55:03, 3] auth/auth.c:check_ntlm_password(216)
  check_ntlm_password:  Checking password for unmapped user [CLIENT

[2003/11/02 06:55:03, 3] auth/auth.c:check_ntlm_password(219)

But when I issue just 'net view', the smbd log instead shows

[2003/11/02 06:55:32, 3] auth/auth.c:check_ntlm_password(216)

with the new password interface
[2003/11/02 06:55:32, 3] auth/auth.c:check_ntlm_password(219)

So for some reason the 'net view \\server' request is processing my user
name, but 'net view' isn't.

Any ideas what could cause this?
Thanks,
Andrew.

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2. J40

3. 'ls' doesn't work on net-2 in.ftpd for shadow passwords

4. Print Queues

5. ping -g 'gateway-IP' 'host-IP' DOESN'T work!

6. IBM 8514 monitor

7. Changing 'issue' & 'issue.net' with Mandrake?

8. Boot Problems with Slackware 3.5 and Adaptec SCSI

9. 'batch' and 'at' don't work

10. 'make' won't work w/o '-f Makefile', which sucks.

11. 'make' and 'gcc' don't work

12. 'stty -opost' or 'stty -onlcr' don't work ?!

13. 'ppp-on' Works, 'ifup ppp0' Doesn't