1. D-Link DE500 VL Bus Ethernet card - kernel does not find card
Has anybody seen or heard of the D-Link DE500 ethernet card? Have you
got it running under Linux?
I've got a VL-Bus version of this card, and have been trying to get it
going under Linux. (Slackware 3.2, kernel 2.0.29).
The card is manufactured by D-Link, and is labelled as a 'DE-500CAT
Rev-A3' The chipset on the card is the Intel 82596 (KU82596CA-33). I
do not have any manuals for the jumper settings, however, the DOS
drivers supplied with the card report that the card is using IRQ5, I/O
300H and a memory address of D0000h.
Basically, the kernel does not detect the card, even after recompiling
the kernel with support for every reasonable work-alike I could think
of. These included:
- The DE425/500 series (even though they are based on the DEC 21040
- The Intel EtherExpress Pro (based on the 82596 chip)
- The Intel EtherExpress 16 (based on the 82586 chip?)
I also added support for the NE2000 and DE200 cards, since I have both
of these cards available for use.
After compiling in support, the card was not detected. Adding
'ether=0,0,eth0' didn't help. Neither did 'ether=5,300,eth0'. Only
when I swapped out the DE500 and inserted the DE200 did the kernel
detect and initialize the card as eth0.
Is there Linux support for my ethernet card?
If it's impossible to get the DE500 going under Linux, it won't kill me,
because I didn't lay out a fortune for it.
Thanks for any help
- Mike Debreceni
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