I need some help. Since I did an upgrade from the linux kernel,
that was released in SLS 1.01 - I think linux 0.99 pl7 -
The systems tells me on startup, that it cannot access the ethernet
card. I have an SMC 16 card builtin (a 16 bit WD8013) I/O 280, IRQ 2,
This reports the kernel during startup (thank's for a tool like
selection ... !)
eth0: WD8013 using IRQ 9 with shared memory at 0xc8000-0xcbfff. <= that's ok !
Calibrating delay loop.. ok - 16.44 BogoMips (tm) <= BTW - whats that ?!
/etc/rc.net: knobel(192.0.2.128)INET: Warning: old-style ioctl(IP_SET_DEV) called!
ioctl: Invalid argument
INET: Warning: old-style ioctl(IP_SET_DEV) called!
ioctl: Invalid argument
, portmap, inetd, namedAug 13 13:53:59 named: restarted
, nfsdCannot register service: RPC: Unable to send; errno = Network is unreachable
unable to register(NFS_PROGRAM, NFS_VERSION, UDP).
Cannot register service: RPC: Unable to send; errno = Network is unreachable
My config file in /usr/src/linux/net/inet/CONFIG looks like this :
# Set the address and IRQ here. The ne.c and 3c503 driver will autoprobe
# if you set the address or IRQ to zero, so we do that by default.
# Cards supportted:
# WD80x3 The Western Digital (SMC) WD80x3 driver
# WD_SHMEM=xxx Forces the address of the shared memory
# FORCE_8BIT Force card into 8-bit mode (WD8003)
# NE2000 The Novell NE-2000 driver
# HPLAN The HP-LAN driver
# EL1 The 3c501 EtherLink I driver (source missing?)
# EL2 The 3c503 EtherLink II driver
# EL2_AUI Selects the AUI port instead of the BNC port
# PLIP The Crynwe PL/IP driver
# SLIP The MicroWalt SLIP driver
# SL_DUMP Uses the "dump frame" debug code
# SL_COMPRESSED Use CSLIP
# D_LINK The D-Link DE-600 Portable Ethernet Adaptor.
# D_LINK_IO The D-Link I/O address (0x378 == default)
# D_LINK_IRQ The D-Link IRQ number to use (IRQ7 == default)
# D_LINK_DEBUG Enable or disable D-Link debugging
# Note: for most WD (SMC) cards, the AutoProbe doesn't work. You have
# to force those cards into operation, by specifying the I/O add-
# ress (EI8390=xxx), the IRQ (EI8390_IRQ=xxx) and the address of
# the shared memory (WD_SHMEM=xxxx). All other supported cards
# behave like they should, you can leave the values to 0. -FvK
#CARDS = -DSLIP -DPLIP -DWD80x3 -DNE2000 -DHPLAN -DEL2 -DD_LINK
CARDS = -DSLIP -DWD80x3
# For WD and SMC cards:
#OPTS = -DEI8390=0x280 -DEI8390_IRQ=15
#WD_OPTS = -DWD_SHMEM=0xCC000 -UFORCE_8BIT
OPTS = -DEI8390=0 -DEI8390_IRQ=0
WD_OPTS = -DWD_SHMEM=0
# For all other cards:
#OPTS = -DEI8390=0 -DEI8390_IRQ=0
#WD_OPTS = -DUD_SHMEM=0xCC000 -UFORCE_8BIT
EL_OPTS = -UEL2_AUI
SLIP_OPTS = -DSL_DUMP -DSL_COMPRESSED
DL_OPTS = -DD_LINK_IO=0x378 -DD_LINK_IRQ=7 -UD_LINK_DEBUG
Please, who can help ?!
Thanks in advance
Andreas Klemm - 41469 Neuss - Germany - phone: +49/ 2137 12609