Quote:>When my Redhat v5.1 system is booting, I get the following error displayed
>immediately after my 3C905 (not 3C905B) Ethernet card is initialized:
> SIOCADDRT: Invalid argument
>The IRQ and base I/O addreses displayed during the init are valid (that is
>the same params used by Win95 and OS/2). My /etc/conf.modules has:
> alias etho 3c589
>Note that *no* arguments are defined. So where is the error coming from?
When I get something like that, I grep the /usr/include/*/*.h tree for it:
/* This structure gets passed by the SIOCADDRT and SIOCDELRT calls. */
#define SIOCADDRT 0x890B /* add routing table entry */
Check the script that sets up the routing, would be my educated guess :-)
(I'm lacking in linux networking)
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