I want to setup an old PC as router to the internet for
my home LAN. Installed is OpenBSD 3.1. For internet access
I'm using a Lucent WaveLAN IEEE card. It's a PCMCIA card
which is installed into an ISA-to-PCMCIA adaptor card.
It runs fine with Linux (checked with fli4l).
Unfortunately OpenBSD 3.1 can't find my wireless network
card. dmesg/ifconfig says nothing about wi0 ...
isapnp0 at isa0 port 0x279: read port 0x203
pcic3 at isapnp0 "VIA PCMCIA CARD, PNP0E00, PNP0E00, " port 0x3e0/2
pcic3: VIA PCMCIA CARD (ident 0xff Not OK)
biomask 4040 netmask 5040 ttymask 50c2
full dmesg here: http://www.*terrorists.de/gerrit/dmesg
Seems that the ISA-to-PCMCIA card wasn't properly detected.
I've tested all 3 floppy images - nothing helped.
Building an own kernel (cvs checkout, GENERIC) didn't helped.
What means "ident not ok"? Thinking it's some kind of string
which simply didn't matched correctly I changed the source
to simply skip this check -> generated a crash :-(
Googling around I found this:
Exactly the same problem ... But this text tells something
that the isa-pcmcia bridge may be an ISAPNP device.
What's the difference between ISA and ISAPNP drivers?
Where is the /etc/isapnp.conf under OpenBSD?
Are there tools like pnpdump under linux?
Thanks for any help,