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SubjectRe: Dell Precision 330 (Pentium 4, i850 chipset, 3c905c)
Manfred wrote:

> Everything except the NIC works?

Yes.

> What do you mean with "without an interrupt assignment"?
> Is there no line for ethx in /proc/interrupt, or the number of
> interrupts remains 0?

There is no entry for eth0 anywhere in /proc/interrupts. That seems
strange.

> what does `lspic -vxx` say about the interrupt number?

lspci -v says IRQ 11, which is what the BIOS says. This is also what
I see in dmesg when eth0 is found.

> Is there a BIOS setting similar to "Pnp aware OS"? For the 2.2 kernel
> that must be "No", 2.2 might run with "Yes", but I'm not sure if the
> 850i board is supported.

I'll look into this.

Thanks.

--Lee Hetherington


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