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Post by r_.. » Sun, 10 Dec 2000 06:02:52



Hi, experts;

I installed RedHat7 on my laptop(hda2, along with my NT on hda1). It
reports my NIC tr0 has irq 3 and io 0x20. However, my NT reports that
NIC has irq 9 and io 0xa24. I tried change it by using 'ifconfig tr0
irq=9 io_addr=0xa24', and I was never successful. I also added options
parameter in /etc/modules.conf. it does not work either. What should I
do now???

TIA

Randy

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Post by r_.. » Sun, 10 Dec 2000 11:23:20


Hi;

I just installed RedHat7. It reported my tr0 as irq=3, io=0x200. In
fact the tr0 is iq=9 and io0xa24. I tried "ifconfig tr0 irq=9
io_addr=0xa24", it did not do anything. I also tried set options
in /etc/modules.conf. It did not work either. What else can I do now???

TIA

Randy

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Post by Karl Heye » Mon, 11 Dec 2000 08:12:04



> Hi;

> I just installed RedHat7. It reported my tr0 as irq=3, io=0x200. In
> fact the tr0 is iq=9 and io0xa24. I tried "ifconfig tr0 irq=9
> io_addr=0xa24", it did not do anything. I also tried set options in
> /etc/modules.conf. It did not work either. What else can I do now???

Is this a PCMCIA, a PCI, or a ISA  card.

karl.

 
 
 

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Post by r_.. » Wed, 13 Dec 2000 09:49:25


karl;

It is PCMCIA. Any clue?

Randy




> > Hi;

> > I just installed RedHat7. It reported my tr0 as irq=3, io=0x200. In
> > fact the tr0 is iq=9 and io0xa24. I tried "ifconfig tr0 irq=9
> > io_addr=0xa24", it did not do anything. I also tried set options in
> > /etc/modules.conf. It did not work either. What else can I do now???

> Is this a PCMCIA, a PCI, or a ISA  card.

> karl.

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Post by Alk » Thu, 14 Dec 2000 04:57:04


Just initialize pcmcia before network - sheck your boot order

AG


> karl;

> It is PCMCIA. Any clue?

> Randy




> > > Hi;

> > > I just installed RedHat7. It reported my tr0 as irq=3, io=0x200. In
> > > fact the tr0 is iq=9 and io0xa24. I tried "ifconfig tr0 irq=9
> > > io_addr=0xa24", it did not do anything. I also tried set options in
> > > /etc/modules.conf. It did not work either. What else can I do now???

> > Is this a PCMCIA, a PCI, or a ISA  card.

> > karl.

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