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Date:      Tue, 16 Apr 1996 21:36:49 +1000
From:      Chris Teakle <ccteakle@cc.uq.oz.au>
To:        freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG
Cc:        ccteakle@cc.uq.oz.au, ccjuli@cc.uq.oz.au
Subject:   FreeBSD doesn't like my DC21040 PCI network card
Message-ID:  <"brolga.cc.uq:058230:960416113657"@cc.uq.oz.au>

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I'm trying to install FreeBSD 2.1.0 on a Dell Optiplex-5100 Pentium 100
with an SMC DC21040 PCI network card.
The boot floppy kernel appears to recognize the card:

	de0 <Digital DC21040 Ethernet> rev 35 int a irq 15 on pci0:13

But the next message is:

	pci_map_port failed: device's iorange 0xff80-0xffff is incompatible
		with its bridge's range 0x0-0xffff

Once I get to the FTP install section, de0 is not listed as an available
network interface. Similarly, if I go into "Fixit" and run "ifconfig -a"
then there is no de0.

I can run NetBSD on this system without such problems.

Can anyone suggest what might be going wrong?

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Chris Teakle
Prentice Centre, University of Qld, Australia



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