Subject: Re: Fa411 network card and -current wont compile
To: Manuel Bouyer <email@example.com>
From: glytchbinary <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/19/2002 17:20:23
Manuel Bouyer wrote:
>On Sun, May 19, 2002 at 09:35:51AM +0000, glytchbinary wrote:
>>On Sun, May 19 2002 at 00:14:38 +0000, glytchbinary wrote:
>>>>ok, its just doing the /netbsd ne0: device timeout..........
>>>>wtf do i do?
>>If it's an ISA card without Plug'n Play:
>>Most likely the IRQ the card uses doesn't match the IRQ the kernel thinks
>>the card uses. Find out what IRQ your card really uses and adjust your
>>kernel (ne0 at .... line in config file) - or change the card's IRQ to
>>match your kernel.
>>Please post the dmesg output.
>>ok i know the port is 0x300 and the irq is 9, i had to install win98 to get
>>i disabled plug'n play in the kernel and changed
>>ne* at pcmcia? function ? to this
>>ne at pcmcia? irq 9 function ?
>>it wouldn't let me add "port 0x300"
>Ha, it's a PCMCIA adapter. Then the irq specification line is irrelevant,
>Does your modem work ?
i really have no idea how to use a modem in netbsd (:
the internet connection by modem in the manual is HORRIBLE.
say i wanted to connect to an isp
number = 000-000-0000
user = person
pass = passwd
how would i do that? the modem is a pcmcia modem on com3 i think