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Date:      Wed, 3 Jan 1996 17:44:53 GMT
From:      Chris Coleman <chrisc@MAIL.bbcc.ctc.edu>
To:        James FitzGibbon <james@else.net>
Cc:        <questions@freebsd.org>, <hackers@freebsd.org>
Subject:   RE: Network Card id code
Message-ID:  <XFMail.960103174453.chrisc@bbcc.ctc.edu>
In-Reply-To: <Pine.LNX.3.91.951230154205.31861B-100000@else.net>

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On Tue Jan  2 08:16:27 1996 James FitzGibbon wrote:
>>I've got a system running with FreeBSD that has an unknown PCI ethernet 
>adapter in it.  It's not detected by anything in the GENERIC kernel under 
>2.1R or 2.2-current.  The card is pretty generic, supporting BNC and 
>10BaseT.  It has a "Runs with Novell"-type sticker on the main chip.
>
>During bootup, it's identified on the PCI bus as :
>
>pci0:20: vendor=0x10ec, device=0x8029, class=network (ethernet) [no 
>driver assigned]
>    map(10): io(ff80)
>
>Can someone with a generic PCI card do a boot -v and compare what they 
>get to help me out?
>
>Thanks.
>
>j.

mine says 'pci0:3: Intel Corporation, device=0x1227, class=network (ethernet) [no driver assigned]

I hope this helps, its all mine says,  its a 100mb intel ethernet express,  I hope they get a driver soo
n.



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