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Date:      Sat, 28 Dec 2002 22:22:56 +0000
From:      lewiz <purple@lewiz.info>
To:        Marcel Stangenberger <marcel@hayholt.org>
Cc:        FreeBSD-questions <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: 3c589/PCMCIA.
Message-ID:  <20021228222256.GB2528@lewiz.org>
In-Reply-To: <20021228222022.E72847-100000@moredhel.hayholt.org>
References:  <20021226195541.GA6793@lewiz.org> <20021228222022.E72847-100000@moredhel.hayholt.org>

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On Sat, Dec 28, 2002 at 10:21:55PM +0100, Marcel Stangenberger wrote:
> On Thu, 26 Dec 2002, lewiz wrote:
>=20
> > I was playing around with some options on a 4.4-RELEASE disc1 ISO I'd
> > burnt.  I have now got it working.  I'm just about to test if it'll work
> > on 5.0-DP2.  A guy on eu.openprojects.net in #freebsd told me to disable
> > all unrequired devices in visual config.  I did this and it actually
> > didn't even detect this time, so I switched slots, rebooted and did the
> > same.  After this it actually detected and DHCP worked to resolve my IP.
> > I used the 10BaseT port (UTP) instead of my preferred 10Base2 (BNC).
>=20
> i just did that but when i then started the kernel it did detect something
> in my pcmcia slot, but it was not useable as a network interface. when i
> changed slots it didn't detect it at all.

I've now found out I didn't even need to disable all of the other stuff,
it works just as well.  It only seems to work in one of the two PCMCIA
slots... make sure you double-check both seperately.

My relevant rc.conf entires are as follows:

ifconfig_ep0=3D"DHCP"
pccard_enable=3D"YES"
pccard_ifconfig=3D"DHCP"
pccard_mem=3D"DEFAULT"
pccardd_flags=3D" -i 10"

I believe that the first line (ifconfig_ep0) is irrelevant due to the
pccard_ifconfig but I could be wrong.  It works so I'm leaving it there.
I ran the DOS-based 3Com configuation utility.  I downloaded it from the
Internet (mail me if you can't find it and I'll email it to you).  This
showed me that the NIC was using irq 10 (hence the pccardd_flags=3D" -i
10") - this may be different for you so I suggest you try the utility.

  Hope that's some help,

-lewiz.

--=20
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