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> On Mon, 9 Sep 1996, Andrew E. Mileski wrote:
> > > This is wrong; due to a decision of the author, ne.c will not auto-probe
> > > for cards if used as a module. But you can always say something like
> > > insmod ne.c io=0x6000
> > > and the module will find your PCI card.
> >
> > Do you mean use any BOGUS port base address?
> > If yes: shouldn't this be documented?
> > If no : how do you suggest I guess the port base?
>
> No, you use the real port address.
>
> "cat /proc/pci" is your friend. Look for your NE2000 card, remember the
> I/O address it's been assigned, and give that to insmod.

Sorry to disappoint you - I'm not that green :-)
I of course tried this long before I started this thread.
Anymore ideas?

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