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Date:      Sun, 8 Oct 1995 16:49:16 -0400
Subject:   A Square Network Adapter
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I just finished intalling FreeBSD 2.0.5 from CD on a 100MHz Pentium.
I have a PCI network card made by "A Square" that I was hoping to
use with this system because of a statement in their User's Guide
stating that the card is compatible with Novell's NE2000 Family...
But when I boot with this card in place I see this message:

pci0:18: vendor=0x10ec, device=0x8029, class=network [not supported]
        map(10): io(6100)

My question is...does the "[not supported]" really mean I don't have
a chance in h*ll of configuring this card into the kernel,
there someway to make the kernel believe this *is* a NE2000 card??

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

| Shaun M. Finn                                                  |
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