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SubjectRe: 2.2.1 and Tulip weirdness
On Thu, 25 Feb 1999, Alan Cox wrote:

> > Rebooting the machine changed nothing, except I noticed that the The
> > HW-address of one of the network-adapters (both are Digital DC21041
> > Tulip's) was set to 0:0:0:0:0:ff. Dont know if this might be a result of
> > the reboot or whatever....
>
> Did you physically power it off then try the same cards. If that didnt
> work I'd suspect the blue smoke escaped. If that did recover them then
> Linux presumably upset the card.

Yepp, did this several times, even removed the power cord just to be
shure... This did not change the situation at all... Until I swapped the
two cards...

I'll try to swap them back later today, cause right now I can't takee down
the machine.

Cheers,
Gun

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