Subject: Re: SRM Question
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Lars <email@example.com>
Date: 10/02/2002 10:27:32
On Wed, 2 Oct 2002, Lars wrote:
To answer myself, looking on the internet (as one should always do) ena0
is the de205 card as i realize, and doing isacfg -init and the init
removed it from the config and no more errors.
thanks anyway, if anyone reads my first mail before this.
> Hi guys
> How do i remove "devices" from the srm, my alpha keeps trying to find
> ena0 (which i think is the 3com 3c90x ethernet)
> but utterly fails each time, so i removed it since it didnt show up in
> >>> show dev
> and replaced it with a intel eepro instead, this one the srm finds but
> still gives out an ena0 error (paste below)
> ef.ee.ed.probing hose 0, PCI
> probing PCI-to-ISA bridge, bus 1
> bus 0, slot 5 -- eia -- Intel 8255x Ethernet
> bus 0, slot 9 -- pka -- Adaptec AIC-7880
> bus 0, slot 11 -- dqa -- CMD PCI0646 IDE
> bus 0, slot 11 -- dqb -- CMD PCI0646 IDE
> ec.f4.eb.ea.e9.e8.e7.*** Error (ena0), Network station address ROM has a
> bad checksum
> and when i do ls in the srm i see the ena0.0.0.1.1 device file, anyway i
> can make the srm NOT to look for it? or is ena0 something else?
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