Subject: SV: SV: network netbsd <-> ntserver
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From: Roger Strandberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/24/1998 16:20:14
Yes it seams that i have used the wrong irq
i used win95 to change it.
He he I am trying the network now YES YES YES!!!!!!!!!!
both sides is answering the oping request...........
YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH ...those moments of totaly happyness are just what i
live for. (maybe we all)
You might want to know what i use Netbsd for.
We are making at small microcomuter for mobil use, and are using Netbsd and
Gnu for cross-compiling.
And We are Roger Strandberg and Michael Jonsson. (This is a private
project, no compines are involvd)
I work on TELIA AB in sweden with 30000 imployes, and is 24 years old
And Michael works for Lexvision/INS AB with 200-400 imployes, he is
compyter adm. and responsible for 400 domains. is 12 days younger than I.
Thank You Matthias Scheler and Urban Boquist for your help, and to those
> Från: Matthias Scheler <email@example.com>
> Till: tech-net@NetBSD.ORG
> Ämne: Re: SV: network netbsd <-> ntserver
> Datum: den 24 januari 1998 15:59
> In article <199801241454.PAA07996@mb05.swip.net>,
> "Roger Strandberg" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Can my problem be that my network card NE2000 have addres 0x280 and irq
> > In the install maual i say's that i have to be 0x280 irq 2
> > how do i change it?
> IRQ 2 and 9 are the same thing in PC boxes with a 16 bit ISA bus.
> But 280 and irq 2/9 is no good setting for a NE 2000 anway. Reconfigure
> it to IO Port 300 and IRQ 10 and make sure that the BIOS won't use IRQ 10
> for PCI cards.
> ["Reply-To: email@example.com" set because this seems to be a
> i386 specific hardware/software configuration problem.]
> Matthias Scheler http://home.owl.de/~tron/