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SubjectRe: NE2000 Module Problem
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> : After doing some head banging I realize the problem: the NE2000 driver
> : is dumb-as-a-post when it comes to autoprobing :-(
>
> ne.c has its well-sorted list of addresses to probe at, and if you use
> it as a "non-module", it will find the PCI cards, too.
>
> : The RealTek RTK8029 cards are _PCI_ so they must be probed, and hence
> : the current driver cannot be used as a module. This should be documented.
>
> 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?

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